Chinese New Year historically has been the biggest holiday within the lunar calendar, a calendar aimed at managing the planting and harvest season. Lunar New Year was the longest rest period from work on the farm, resulting in large family gatherings, a tradition that still endures today.
春聯(春联Chūnlián), otherwise known as Spring Festival Couplets, are posted on doors and walls with auspicious messages to ring in the new year. These banners are red and imprinted with either black or gold characters.
Calligraphy styles: Standard
Best Wishes this Lunar New Year!