Traditional Chinese symbols of good luck and prosperity

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The twin symbols of prosperity and good fortune-- the hong bao (red envelope) with lai see (lucky money) and tangerines/ tangelos/ oranges--are ubiquitous during the 15-day Chinese New Year period in Chinese communities all over the world.

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