On the Chinese New Year and Lantern festival, beautiful decorations pop up in the country. Chinese New Year decorations include Chinese lantern decorations, paper cuttings, bunting banners, red envelopes, door couplets, Chinese firecrackers, Chinese lamps, Chinese vases, Chinese decoration boxes, etc. 

Chinese Lanterns

Each month in the Chinese lunar calendar begins on new moon day, and the full moon falls on the 15th day of the lunar month.  The Lantern Festival, or Spring Festival, also called Yuanxiao Festival, is a holiday in China and other Asian countries that honors dead ancestors. The first full moon night of the Lunar New Year is Lantern Festival; it traditionally points to the end of Chinese New Year celebrations. Chinese New Year is also celebrated as a lantern festival; people light up red lanterns (red color symbolizes good fortune), eat Yuanxiao, enjoy time with family or loved ones. Children go out at night with paper lanterns and solve the lantern's riddles.

Chinese lanterns are perfect for decorating areas on different occasions, such as Lantern Festival, Chinese New Year, Spring Festival, Chinese wedding reception, wedding party, birthday party, wedding decoration, decoration party, and more. Hanging lanterns are said to bring good luck and are especially common during festivals. Chinese lanterns come in all shapes, sizes, and colors, although the traditional red and gold balloon lantern is the most popular for the Chinese New Year. Red lanterns are a symbol of prosperous business and life. In Chinese culture, you may see many Chinatowns and Chinese-owned shops and restaurants hanging decorations of red lanterns all year round. In Chinese New Year, 12 years cycle year of OX is the second Chinese zodiac symbol.

Chinese Paintings

Chinese calligraphy and painting were considered the purest forms of Chinese art. It used a brush made of animal hair and black ink made of pine soot and animal glue. In ancient times, painting and writing were done on silk. Chinese scroll painting is unique to Asia and an ancient form of fine art. There are two main painting techniques in Chinese: Gongbi means working pen is a meticulous style, rich in color and detailed brush strokes. Xieyi means freehand is a looser style of painting and usually used in landscapes.

Chinese Statues

The meaning of the Chinese Statue greatly influences how statues are used in feng shui treatment, primarily when a statue is used to activate an element. There are many powerful Chinese symbols that you can incorporate into a feng shui design that will improve the flow of chi and bring good energy. People often think of Chinese statues as a symbol of good luck. You can use these statues to attract energies towards you. Many statues activate chi energy in the wealth career sector. You can use the same statue for different areas to bring energy representing an amulet or image. Therefore, you can use the statues of wealth to promote your career to achieve maximum success in your field of work and wealth. In Chinese, Fu character means good fortune or blessings, manifesting in people’s desire for a happy life. It is one of the traditional Chinese customs to paste Fu on doors and windows during New Year celebrations.