Known as “the Beginning of Spring”, it is the start of a new Chinese solar year when we are revitalized and look forward to a fresh beginning. Additionally, egg balancing is practiced in many countries during Li Chun whereby an egg is balanced upright on a flat surface.
Lichun is the first solar term. Lichun is the day when the sun is exactly at the celestial longitude of 315° (i.e. 45.66 days before the spring equinox). There are many traditional activities on this special day to welcome spring, including making a spring ox, standing up eggs, and worshipping ancestors.
Another practice during Li Chun is to balance an egg on a flat surface successfully. It’s believed to be possible because the Moon and Sun are aligned on this day, affecting the Earth’s gravitational field. Why Do Singaporeans Care About Li Chun? It does make sense that Li Chun would then find its way into Singaporean’s tradition.
Lap chun’ is considered the day many attribute to the way eggs can stand upright on end, as it is believed that on ‘lap chun’ day, the ‘qi’ or energy from the earth is at its strongest and many believers would try to balance uncooked eggs on flat surfaces to herald this day. In my opinion, you can balance an egg upright – anytime.
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