✅Chinese traditional festivals often incorporate various cultural symbols and customs, and while the koi carp itself is not a festival, it does hold significance in Chinese culture and can be associated with certain celebrations.
Product Name: Chinese Traditional Festivals Koi Carp
This Kit Contains: KAIDO KD99007
678 pcs Good Quality Bricks
Size: 20.8 × 11.6 × 18.8 cm
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Koi carp are sometimes featured in Chinese New Year decorations and celebrations. They symbolize wealth and good luck because the pronunciation of “koi” in Chinese (鲤) is similar to the word for “surplus” (余). While dragon boat racing is the highlight of this festival, koi carp imagery can sometimes be found in the decorations or on the boats. It adds an element of beauty and symbolism to the festivities. Koi carp might not be a central element, but they can be incorporated into lantern designs or other decorations during this festival, which celebrates the harvest and the full moon. In Chinese art and traditional gardens, koi carp are often depicted in ponds. These fish symbolize perseverance and overcoming obstacles because they are known for swimming upstream and even transforming into dragons in some legends.