5. Reflection – Lunar New Year

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  • Which steps were most challenging and enjoyable?

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Average: 5 (2 votes)

Submitted by LeoMin on Tue, 20/02/2024 - 01:59

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I'm from South Korea and currently studying English, it was good to know other countries Lunar New Years celebrations! Well, in Korea, we call it 설날[Seol-Lal] haha! And to me, HongKong celebrations were so interesting to me! Because we don't decorate in our home!

Submitted by Liliya1951 on Sun, 18/02/2024 - 19:30

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Thank you so much for this interesting information and interactive moments. It is always important for me to know something new about other people, about another culture.

Submitted by Marc_D on Sun, 04/02/2024 - 10:10

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The topic is interesting and enjoyable to learn about, I don't know much about the Lunar new year. I learned a lot about the symbols and routine related to the Lunar new year. It will be interesting to learn more about such things..

Submitted by Imano on Fri, 02/02/2024 - 10:54

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The topic was interesting because I didn't know about this celebration before...we as Muslims don't share the same culture so we normally celebrate just 2 feasts a year.thank u for your efforts.

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Submitted by poso on Thu, 01/02/2024 - 09:10

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It was interesting, Did not knowing Lunar New Year details. Found out many common, for example ,,first person" tradition, determining next year luck.

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Submitted by stefherz on Wed, 08/03/2023 - 02:05

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I really enjoyed this topic. Besides allowing me to get to know Lunar New Year a bit better (where it is celebrated, the traditions in each culture, and how decoration in China can be), it also made me reflect about my own culture and the culture of the country I'm currently living in, which was quite revealing because until now I haven't spent much thought about New Year's traditions.