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"Fu", the Chinese word for "good luck" and "happiness"

2014-01-20 16:42:29


Photo taken on Dec. 13, 2012 shows a combination of lanterns with the Chinese character "fu" on it during a lantern festival in Shenyang, capital of northeast China's Liaoning province. The Chinese Character "fu",which means "good luck", is common everywhere across China during the Spring Festival. It is popular for its propitious meaning, also can be interpreted as "happiness", which the Chinese people believewill give them blessing in the coming new year. (Xinhua/Wang Song)


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