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Moving auspicious day will you move on August 26, 2018

DailyBird Culture 2021-10-08 1 0

flowers pray for auspiciousness, firecrackers invite auspiciousness, and it's good time to move. Good luck comes into the door. I wish you a better life and a better career. So, this issue of the old yellow calendar will take you to understand whether August 26, 2018 is suitable for moving? Will you move on July 16, 2018?

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Sunday, August 26, 2018, July (16th) of the lunar calendar, Chonghou (Jiashen) Shabei. [appropriate] [don't use it for breaking big things on a daily basis and on a monthly basis] start the business, start the cooking stove, ask for heirs, go to the post, break the ground and offer sacrifices, lift the opening of the market, accept money, break the house, open the drill, remove the broken wall, set up a voucher, seek medical treatment, plant fasting rituals, seek money, recruit cumbersome words by boat, Sue, accept the son-in-law, take medicine and file a lawsuit [avoid] [don't use it for breaking big things on a daily basis and on Move, decorate, get married, get a license, move to the house, settle the door and bed, get engaged, bury, travel, build the beam, pray for the marriage of Na livestock, marry Na Cai migration, build a house, put water on the hairpin vertical column, live in separate accounts and buy property

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from the results of the old yellow calendar, today's events are marked as important, don't use them, That's what we usually call breaking the new year's day. It's not suitable for doing big things, so it's not suitable for moving.

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Japanese moving culture: garbage classification is required for moving. Japanese moving companies are as considerate and meticulous as South Korea, but the difference is that the Japanese will classify garbage in advance before moving. The Japanese's awareness of environmental protection has really penetrated into every detail of life. Naturally, the event of moving is also environmental protection first. Before moving, the Japanese will classify the items they want to discard according to their purposes, and notify the relevant government departments in advance to send someone to transport them away.

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, "heavy furniture" such as sofa and other large furniture shall be purchased from the government and pasted with waste treatment tickets, which shall be recycled by waste recycling agencies. When throwing newspapers and books, tie them neatly; The wires of waste electrical appliances are wound and fixed on the electrical appliances; If there is water, control the water and put it into the garbage bag; Articles with thorns or sharp edges shall be wrapped in paper and then put into the garbage bag; The used spray tank with pressure must have a hole to prevent explosion.

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as the country with the most moving etiquette, the Japanese can't give less greetings and gifts to their new neighbors. Generally, they will visit and greet their new neighbors and present gifts on the first day of moving. The gifts should be at the level of 500-1000 yen; Express sincere thanks to the people of the moving company, or give everyone about 1000-2000 yen in a small bag.

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