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gmamarthel9
Apr 2, 2016
I really like this puzzle!!!!
dbnc2
Jan 31, 2015
Very colorful
toadalove
Jun 27, 2014
Still beautiful!
toadalove
Jun 15, 2014
Still beautiful!
malko
Feb 12, 2014
Beautiful
simplysuzanne
Nov 3, 2013
Thanks for the puzzle and all of the interesting information!
pixipixil
Feb 24, 2013
Here's what I found out about the color red:
The emphasis of red colour in chinese culture originated from the han-chinese culture's veneration towards red colour. The red color wards off anything evil, red is auspicious. This view had already began in pre-historic times. Red was the colour of the sun (symbolizing power), the colour of blood (life) and the colour of fire (used against beasts, symbolizing warmth/celebration). As time passes by, this veneration for red colour did not change. In the ancient marriage custom of han-chinese, one must wear red clothings, red head-scarves, burn red candles. In any occasion, people uses 'red' color to increase the atmosphere of 'celebration' and 'happiness'. Han-chinese regarded red as a colour symbolizing celebration, success, loyalty, bravery and righteousness. Of particular feature is that red is viewed as a colour that wards off evil.

That's the reason why in occasion of celebration such as chinese new year, chinese marriage, 60th year birthday banquet were red colour used.
PATRICIA37
Feb 24, 2013
Very interesting., Most oriental temples are red, now I know why. Thanks.
zoozq
Feb 24, 2013
Thank-you pixi for sharing your knowledge with us, I learned something new today.....smiles
pixipixil
Feb 24, 2013
Thanks zoozq, for thinking I am that knowledgeable. I was curious and found a site on the internet and copied the info. But it is interesting, isn't it?
zoozq
Feb 28, 2013
Yes, very interesting indeed Pixi! Thanks again
Rozina1010
Mar 15, 2013
Thanks pixipixil. I have always found red a very atractive color. Now I know why...it is just so vibrant!
aussiesapphire
Feb 24, 2013
So colourful - lots of red paint. Most restaurants have red carpet or red tablecloths - apparently this makes one salivate and eat more!!!! There is your useless piece of information for today lol. Hope you all had a lovely weekend, and look forward to a great week.
God bless.
netta
Feb 24, 2013
Thanks Aus. Love all these snippets of info we get from one another. And they're never useless - I mean I may be on a quiz show one day, and have a question - "why do most restaurants have red decor? " Could happen. Maybe that's why this castle is red. The enemy rushes up to attack, starts salivating, and goes off to have lunch instead!
aussiesapphire
Feb 24, 2013
Hahahahaa - you are sooooooo funny Netta, put a smile on my face just before I go to bed. Lolol
netta
Feb 24, 2013
Thanks Aus. Glad you liked it.
Barbaranne
Feb 24, 2013
I second netta on her thanks for all theinfo we recieve from each other Thank you aussie
jajac
Feb 24, 2013
Hello to all my puzzler friends, thank you saphire australien for that information about the red colour and as it happens it is my very favourite colour ; as it is soon 12 noon I will go and get a drink......of red wine.....(French of course!) Cheers to all of you my friends!
KNadineM
Feb 24, 2013
I agree about the extra information that we get from each other.
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