Kitchen God Day in Vietnam

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Anyone help me some information about Ông Công Ông Táo , what vietnamese do in Kitchen God day and why Vietnamese people regard Ông Táo as a family member, and various prayers and offerings are brought to him at the family altar ?

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well…I know some. Vietnamese released carp in those days . In addition to meaning "long and the fish" - fish dragons, beyond professional dancers, as a means for the Kitchen God in heaven riding, carp continue to drop in the December 23 also shows the compassion of the precious heart Viet.Trong people's knowledge, drop carp also means sublimation, the symbol of the spirit of overcoming difficulties, represents potential noble personality or direction to a good result.

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According to ancient custom, the Vietnamese believe, on 23 December each year, the Kitchen God riding carp fly to heaven to report what happened in the family to the Jade Emperor. By Eve, Apples new troops back to earth to continue to work to look after the family fire. Ông Táo is a prominent character in many folk plays. Considering his position as a messenger from heaven, the writers often depict the living conditions, problems, and solutions that need to be addressed by a family, to the audience

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