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"Huan ying cai shen" means Welcome the God of Wealth (Zhou Gong Ming). It’s a part of the Spring Festival holiday. The God of Wealth is welcomed by fireworks which gets really merry and noisy by midnight. Actually, this is a special holiday and fireworks are livelier than the eve of Chinese New ... Read moreby rolandfei on February 4, 2014