Although baby showers are famous, in Chinese tradition throwing them prior to the birth is considered to be very unfortunate. Therefore, baby showers are not supposed to be celebrated until after the baby is born, usually on either the first or second full moon. Baby showers are a more formal event in China. It is where guests will be passing over money placed in red envelopes to symbolize the passing on of good luck to the expected new baby and the parents.
A baby is a bundle of joy that makes families and friends alike excited for the coming of a new life. By tradition, a baby shower is held for the pregnant mother to celebrate the upcoming delivery of the baby. The parents of the child itself can throw their own party, though.
A baby shower is not considered as one, but their closest celebrations are called as doi and occur when the baby is one year old. During this event, the baby is dressed in traditional clothing including a silk pouch to symbolize good luck and a colorful belt to represent life longevity.
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