red packet


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red packet

or

red envelope

(in China and other East Asian countries) n
1. a sum of money folded inside red paper and given at the Chinese New Year to unmarried younger relatives
2. such a gift given at Chinese weddings by the parents to the bride and groom and by the bride and groom to unmarried younger relatives
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The mall will also run a "Red Packet" rewards programme for users of WeChat Pay.
On select flights, customers travelling in First Class and Business Class will also receive a red packet with two chocolate gold coins, symbolising the auspicious value of "lucky money" during this special occasion.
In this case, when the man headed to a parking lot under the Xinsheng Elevated Road in Taipei, he found a small red packet under his red helmet on the seat of his red scooter.
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School business manager, Val Hollingworth, said: "We received one red packet and one blue packet of rocket seeds each containing a minimum of 100 seeds.
The first 10,000 customers on every day during the anniversary may even win cash red packet of up to RMB4, 999.
She had a ring that Ryan had given her, along with a red packet holding money.
18, will receive Early Bird Red Packet savings of more than 60 percent off the hotelOs published room rates.
RED packet drop probability is a linear function of the average queue size.
The green refers to vegetable leaves tied to a piece of string which also has a red packet attached containing money.
Easy to carry in a convenient red packet, the original Ideal You is added to favorite beverages such as hot or iced tea or water, or sprinkled over cereal and fruit.