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Chinese New Year Red Envelope
Red envelope craft

Origin

Chinese New Year

Type

Red Envelope

Effects

Gives out money when opened

Downsides

None Identified

Activation

Opening

Collected by

Warehouse 13

Section

Holiday Section

Aisle

6189-553

Shelf

561933-1265-118

Date of Collection

April 16, 2010

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OriginsEdit

The red envelope is from a Chinese New Year’s celebration; the year it was used remains unknown. Celebrated between January and February, the holidays honors the deities and ancestors of the family. It is tradition to sweep away all misfortune in favor of good luck, as symbolized by the the color red.

EffectsEdit

When opened, amounts of newly printed bills are released in denominations of whatever country the envelope is opened in. Where the money comes from and why the amount is chosen remains unknown.

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