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Daily Quiz answer: Red is considered to be a lucky and happy color to the Chinese people.

Aug. 2, 2012

Beginner Level 初级 (chūjí)

The right answer for this test is A.

Analysis:

A: Red is China’s favorite color. It symbolizes the sun, liveliness, warmth, and hope. The Chinese national flag is mainly red, a shade that is called “Chinese red.” This color can be seen on brides and grooms and also as decoration on houses during the traditional Chinese New Year.

B: Black traditionally symbolizes mystery and gravity. Young people consider black to be hip and fashionable while businesspeople consider black suits formal, mature and graceful.

C: Blue is the color of the sky and sea, and so carries with it an air of magnificence, clarity and beauty.

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