Evergreen chinese food Contemporary Dining Room by Maria Killam. Oranges and tangerines. Chinese phrases that rhyme with an item (on a regular basis a food) feature prominently all over this festive season.The word for mandarin orange is kam (within the Cantonese dialect), which sounds just like the phrase for gold. The vibrant hue could also be a plus, and you can regularly discover a bowl of the fruit put on dining tables and sideboards. Swap in mandarins for the oranges (and plant life) in this centerpiece for a actually Chinese New Year glance one with a purpose to paintings smartly for dinners hosted right through the 12 months. Try experimenting with color combos.Chinese culture is peppered with symbolism. See find out how to mark the season auspiciously on your decor and gift-giving.
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