People across China write Chinese character Fu, couplets to greet Spring Festival

Source:Xinhua Published: 2019/1/23 11:00:19

Calligraphy enthusiasts write Chinese character Fu, or blessing in English, in Lianyungang City, east China's Jiangsu Province, Jan. 22, 2019. People across China have the tradition to paste new red couplets to greet the Spring Festival, or the Chinese Lunar New Year, which falls on Feb. 5 this year. (Xinhua/Wang Jianmin)


 

A villager shows Chinese character Fu, or blessing in English, in Koujiaying Village of Hohhot, capital of north China's Inner Mongolia Autonomous Region, Jan. 22, 2019. People across China have the tradition to paste new red couplets to greet the Spring Festival, or the Chinese Lunar New Year, which falls on Feb. 5 this year. (Xinhua/Ding Genhou)


 

Calligraphy enthusiasts write Chinese character Fu, or blessing in English, at a community in Suzhou City, east China's Jiangsu Province, Jan. 22, 2019. People across China have the tradition to paste new red couplets to greet the Spring Festival, or the Chinese Lunar New Year, which falls on Feb. 5 this year. (Xinhua/Hang Xingwei)


 

A calligraphy enthusiast writes couplets in Sixiyan Village, Wuyuan County of east China's Jiangxi Province, Jan. 22, 2019. People across China have the tradition to paste new red couplets to greet the Spring Festival, or the Chinese Lunar New Year, which falls on Feb. 5 this year. (Xinhua/Yu Linfeng)


 

Children watch a couplet writing activity in Lianyungang, east China's Jiangsu Province, Jan. 22, 2019. People across China have the tradition to paste new red couplets to greet the Spring Festival, or the Chinese Lunar New Year, which falls on Feb. 5 this year. (Xinhua/Si Wei)


 

Calligraphy enthusiasts write Chinese character Fu, or blessing in English, in Yuzishan Village of Zaozhuang City, east China's Shandong Province, Jan. 22, 2019. People across China have the tradition to paste new red couplets to greet the Spring Festival, or the Chinese Lunar New Year, which falls on Feb. 5 this year. (Xinhua/Li Zongxian)


 

Calligraphy enthusiasts write Chinese character Fu, or blessing in English, in Jianglixin Village of Bozhou City, east China's Anhui Province, Jan. 22, 2019. People across China have the tradition to paste new red couplets to greet the Spring Festival, or the Chinese Lunar New Year, which falls on Feb. 5 this year. (Xinhua/Zhang Yanlin)


 

An old woman shows Chinese character Fu, or blessing in English, at a community in Suzhou City, east China's Jiangsu Province, Jan. 22, 2019. People across China have the tradition to paste new red couplets to greet the Spring Festival, or the Chinese Lunar New Year, which falls on Feb. 5 this year. (Xinhua/Hang Xingwei)


 

Calligraphy enthusiasts write couplets at a community in Suzhou City, east China's Jiangsu Province, Jan. 22, 2019. People across China have the tradition to paste new red couplets to greet the Spring Festival, or the Chinese Lunar New Year, which falls on Feb. 5 this year. (Xinhua/Hang Xingwei)


 

A villager dries Chinese characters Fu, or blessing in English, at Beixinzhuang Village, Xingtai City of north China's Hebei Province, Jan. 22, 2019. People across China have the tradition to paste new red couplets to greet the Spring Festival, or the Chinese Lunar New Year, which falls on Feb. 5 this year. (Xinhua/Shi Xiaopeng)


 

Calligraphy enthusiasts write couplets at Yuzishan Village, Zaozhuang City of east China's Shandong Province, Jan. 22, 2019. People across China have the tradition to paste new red couplets to greet the Spring Festival, or the Chinese Lunar New Year, which falls on Feb. 5 this year. (Xinhua/Wang Qimeng)


 

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