Some Chinese may attribute illness to: disharmony of body elements (eg. an excess of hot or cold foods). - moral retribution by ancestors or deities for.
For the Chinese, the family is regarded as the primary unit of society. A birth within the family therefore holds special significance for the.
In the early months of pregnancy, women should not do any heavy work or have sexual intercourse to avoid a miscarriage. - Putting sharp objects on the bed (such as knives or scissors) can result in the baby being born with a cleft lip or palate. - Since pregnancy is considered a.
For Chinese Moms, Birth Means 30 Days In Pajamas . "Sitting the month," or zuo yuezi, is deeply embedded in Chinese culture. It was even.
Postpartum confinement refers to a traditional practice following childbirth. Those who practice it typically begin immediately after the birth, and it lasts for a.