The fifth day of New Year is the birthday of the God of Wealth. People usually get prepared to invite the God of Wealth to home so as to pray for a wealthy new year.
Days for dispersing poverty, opening business and human will pass one by one before the arrival of the 12th day of New Year when people start to prepare for the significant Lantern Festival.
The ninth day of the New Year is a day for Chinese to offer prayers to the Jade Emperor of Heaven. The ninth day is traditionally the birthday of the Jade Emperor.
The 13th day is time for people go to the market and select lanterns, which are happy moments especially for children.
This day is dedicated to the General Guan Yu, also known as the Chinese God of War. Guan Yu was born in the Han dynasty and is considered the greatest general in Chinese history. He represents loyalty, strength, truth, and justice. According to history, he was tricked by the enemy and was beheaded.
Almost every organization and business in China will pray to Guan Yu on this day. Before his life ended, Guan Yu had won over one hundred battles and that is a goal that all businesses in China want to accomplish. In a way, people look at him as the God of Wealth or the God of Success.