Huichun is a Chinese New Year tradition. Huichun means writing lucky messages or new year wishes on pieces of rectangular red paper for people to decorate their houses and to bring good luck for the coming year.
24 January 2016
The annual Chinese Calligraphy Display and Huichun organised by the Thomson CC Chinese Calligraphy Special Interest Group (C3SIG) was held on 24 Jan 2016 from 2 pm to 5 pm at Thomson Community Club's 3rd floor. Huichun is a Chinese customs to write auspicious messages on red paper to usher in the Chinese New Year and hopefully to evict bad spirits from the home premises.
The participants/residents not only enjoyed watching calligraphers writing on the spot, but also received free calligraphy and new year couplets.