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Wish for good luck on "Eryue Er"

Time:2012-02-23   Source:Xinhua


Local villagers compete to seize the tofu balls, a symbol of good luck, in Sihua Village of Putian City, southeast China’s Fujian Province, Feb. 22, 2012. Local residents of this village have a tradition of grabbing balls made of bean curd and vegetable one day ahead of Eryue Er, a folk festival on the second day of the second month in Chinese lunar calendar, in order to bring good luck in the new year. (Xinhua/Lin Jianbing)


Local villagers air the tofu balls, a symbol of good luck, in Sihua Village of Putian City, southeast China’s Fujian Province, Feb. 22, 2012. Local residents of this village have a tradition of grabbing balls made of bean curd and vegetable one day ahead of Eryue Er, a folk festival on the second day of the second month in Chinese lunar calendar, in order to bring good luck in the new year. (Xinhua/Lin Jianbing)


Local villagers compete to seize the tofu balls, a symbol of good luck, in Sihua Village of Putian City, southeast China’s Fujian Province, Feb. 22, 2012. Local residents of this village have a tradition of grabbing balls made of bean curd and vegetable one day ahead of Eryue Er, a folk festival on the second day of the second month in Chinese lunar calendar, in order to bring good luck in the new year. (Xinhua/Lin Jianbing)


Local villagers make the tofu balls with bean curd and vegetable, a symbol of good luck, in Sihua Village of Putian City, southeast China’s Fujian Province, Feb. 22, 2012. Local residents of this village have a tradition of grabbing balls made of bean curd and vegetable one day ahead of Eryue Er, a folk festival on the second day of the second month in Chinese lunar calendar, in order to bring good luck in the new year. (Xinhua/Lin Jianbing)