2021.2.20 - GEC海珠广场外语角第467期活动
活动形式： Topic talk + Free talks
活动时间： 2021-2-20(六) 19:15-21:00
本周 Free talk 前的话题讨论：
压岁钱到底归谁？ Who shall keep the lucky money?
Every Lunar New Year, children are typically given red envelopes containing "lucky money", meant to represent good wishes for the year ahead. One netizen shared her story, "My parents would keep our money to balance out what they had to give to others. My sister and I were okay with that because they always took time to explain that money isn't easy to earn."
"I'm 24 this year and I've kept the money from all my red envelopes. My parents have not gained even one cent," said a user of Chinese micro-blogging website Weibo. "My parents deposited my money into a bank account for me and I got it back later on," another user said.
Topic discussion reference :
1.How many red envelopes have you received this year?
2.How to deal with the red envelope when you were a child?
3.Did parents give your lucky money back when you grew up?
Come to share your opinion! This Saturday night, Haizhu Square !
Words to use:
red envelopes（红包）;Lunar New Year（农历新年）;containing（包含）;represent（代表）;netizen（网友）;balance out（平衡）;gain（获得）;micro-blogging（微博）;deposited（存储）;unmarried （未结婚的）;blessing（祝福）;firecrackers（鞭炮）;post-90s（90后）;mainstream（主流）;be entitled to （有权）;
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