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Jing-zhe refers to the awakening of hibernating insects and animals, which marks the start of spring. Jing-zhe Day usually falls on March 5, 6 or 7 of each year. Activities related to Jing-zhe are the making of offering to White Tiger (zae baak fu) and the beating of petty little people (da siu yan). These rituals are performed to get rid of bad luck and troubles.

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