Do you ... know the legend of the Nian monster?


According to legend, in ancient China there lived a monster called the Nian, which means “year”, that would attack villages every lunar New Year, eating livestock, crops and even people, especially children.

> So, every New Year’s Eve, villagers would have to flee to the mountains to avoid the Nian.

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