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On the second day, married daughters usually go back to their own family to visit parents, relatives and close friends. Traditionally, in ancient China, married daughters didn't have the opportunity to visit their birth families frequently.
They will bring some gifts and red envelopes for the children in their parents' home. And according to the traditional customs, it is required that the daughters and sons-in-law should have lunch in their parents' home.
This custom provides a chance for sisters to get together, and talk about their old happy days and their everyday lives. In some places, families usually take family portraits on this day.
Some believe the second day is also the birthday of all dogs and remember them with special treats. (Video: Zhao Hanqing & Yang Jiaxin)