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Red China Photography

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The main theme is Red.

Red is considered the luckiest color in China and symbolizes good fortune and happiness.

Red is used during important events and festivals and it is strictly forbidden at funerals. Red is also affiliated and used by the Chinese Communist government.

Pictures by: Matteo Damiani

Red color images

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hot-chili-peppers
red-china-night
red-Chinese-Colums
red-chinese-door

Red Hot Chili Peppers …

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red-chinese-door-3
red-chinese-door-decorations
red-chinese-door-decorations-detail

Traditional Chinese Red door, knocker

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red-chinese-flower
red-chinese-inscription

Burning fake banknotes during Hungry Ghost Festival celebration

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Inscriptions on a wooden column in a temple in Tulou

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red-chinese-lantern-night
red-chinese-lantern-sky
red-chinese-pagoda

Red Chinese Lanterns

red-chinese-restaurant
red-chinese-window-door

Chinese Pagoda in Kunming

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Traditional Chinese wooden door, detail

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Red kuaizi, chopsticks

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100 RMB banknote

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Red threads in a Buddhist Temple

Traditional Chinese door

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