Traditional Chinese Style n Dried Seafood Gifts
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Hong Kong Give Gift Boutique newly released the Traditional Chinese Style n Dried Seafood Gifts hampers. It includes the hampers especially designed for pre-wedding as grand gifts which parents from the groom’s family would deliver to the bride’s home. We have chosen the famous dry seafood brands and imported fresh fruits for you, accompany with the joyous red package, it is surely a decent and proper gift to give. Customers can choose different traditional Chinese hampers from our flower shop, the package patterns can be the traditional hexagonal or the classic round shape. We also have designed the Chinese New Year baskets for you which is unique. Our carefully selected hampers have contained all kinds of products you need, such as dry seafood, fruits and wine. Customers do not need to spend too much time searching for the things they need, once you order it online, we will deliver to your home or anywhere you want, it’s convenient and effortless. When someone else is still worrying what to buy, you can be relaxed and enjoy some good company with your friends and family.
Sending betrothal gifts is an important role in the traditional Chinese weddings, it’s from one of the practice called “Three Letters and Six Etiquette” that parents use to select an acceptable wife for their son. This ceremony normally holds a month or two weeks before the wedding banquet. All the products are double in numbers, which means a couple’s relationship will last forever. Hong Kong people also consider this custom very important, they want to show respect when giving the gifts. The pre-wedding grand gifts hamper has a very traditional Chinese style, the products including Faat Choy, dried sea shrimp, dried mushrooms, dried squid and so on.
In Hong Kong, you can find different types of dried seafood shops. In Sheung Wan, there is an area where over 200 shops are clustered. If you go from MTR Sheung Wan Station, go out from Exit A2, you can see Wing Lok Street, take a walk for about 5 minutes to reach Ko Shing Street and Des Voeux Road West. The dried seafood originated from the way fishermen reserved fish in the old days. At that time, here were no frozen facilities in the fishing boat, so the fishermen newly catch the fish, they had to dry them in order to reserve them. Later, this technique is used in other seafood reserve as well.