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Money in a red envelope is given from elder to the children on the first day. Traditionally, red envelope are thought to bring good luck and keep evil spirits away.
On the eve of Chinese New Year, generations get together for a feast of sumptuous food prepared days in advance.
Red is considered an auspicious color in the Chinese culture. Houses and streets are decorated with red items during the holiday.
The origin of “all-nighters” come from a story about the morning the Israelites were to receive the Torah: they were so excited that they stayed up late the night before...
Shavu'ot feasts involve honey and dairy treats, a reminder of the idea that the Promised Land would be overflowing with milk and honey.
Many people decorate their homes with flowers, greenery, and harvest baskets. In Israel, kids wear floral head decorations.