Chinese Beliefs and Superstitions
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Chinese Beliefs and Superstitions

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Published by China Books & Periodicals .
Written in English

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Open LibraryOL11490264M
ISBN 100835118290
ISBN 109780835118293

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Chinese culture is as old as they come (between 4, and 5, years old, depending on whom you ask), and as with any ancient culture you’re going to have some pretty crazy and cool superstitions built in. Egyptians have their blue tortoise (protection from evil), Italians have the number 17 (bad luck) and even Americans have the seasonal. Chinese Beliefs & Superstitions [Evelyn Lip] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. This book is not an academic account of Chinese beliefs, but rather a light-hearted representation of some of the fantasies and superstitions in which these beliefs are shrouded. It is hoped that readers will enjoy the interesting text and humorous illustrations.5/5(1). Chinese superstitions. Today, most Chinese people do not believe in superstition but generally speaking, there is still adhere many superstition elements and principles in Chinese tradition. It is world-wide known that Chinese keep tradition of old people. Here are the most popular Chinese superstitions and believes. The reason is that the number four in Chinese has the pronunciation that is similar to the word for 'death'. Other lucky numbers. As well as eight, Chinese superstitions say that the numb 18, 13 and are also lucky. So these numbers are also well sought after in the housing market. Get lucky at Lantern Club.

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