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Besides having festivity fun with relatives and eating lots of food, one of the joys of having Chinese New Year is receiving red envelopes from the elders, with money in it as blessings for the entire year.
For the over two billion people celebrating Chinese New Year around the world, estimated at tens of tons, the disposal of these red envelopes following the New Year becomes an enormous problem every year. For the Earth, this annual blessing becomes a curse.
Blessings Revisited conserves the festivity red, its design intuitive and convenient; and while each reuse revives the fond memory of the New Year, it conserves the value of the deliv
Ming Chi University of Technology
New Taipei City, Taiwan
Ming Chi University Of Technology