Spring Festival is the most solemn traditional festival in China bustling with noise and excitement. During the Spring Festival, everything was in a state of preparedness for every family. About ten days before the festival, people began busy preparing special purchases, including new clothes and shoes for the children to embrace the new year. What’s more, people begin decorating their rooms featuring an atmosphere of rejoicing and festivity, which include Spring Festival couplets on red paper pasted on the door panels, red paper-cuttings on window glass and brightly colored New Year paintings with auspicious meanings on the wall, as well as red lanterns or the Chinese character ‘Fu’ (meaning blessing or happiness) on the front door. The Chinese character ‘Fu’ can be pasted normally or upside down, signifying good futune because in Chinese the "reversed fu" is homophonic with "fu comes", both being pronounced as "fudaole."