Chicken is a very important poultry, but also a very auspicious animal in folk customs. Chicken is a symbol of punctuality, selflessness, bravery, evil spirits and good luck. So we can put chicken ornaments or wear chicken ornaments at home.
The most significant symbolic meaning of chicken is keeping promise and punctuality. The Golden Rooster heralds the dawn, telling people that it’s almost dawn and it’s time to get up and get ready to work. And chicken regardless of the heat and winter, wind, frost, rain and snow, it is trustworthy, never lazy. It can be said that it is precisely because of the rooster’s crowing that the world begins a new day of fireworks. Later, further extension, the cock crows, symbolizing that the dark is about to pass and the light is about to come.
The chicken symbolizes commonness and weakness. Chicken can be seen everywhere in people’s daily life. It has strong reproductive capacity, high survival rate and no special requirements for the environment. It can be raised anywhere. In addition, chickens are very diligent. They run all day and look for food everywhere. So chicken is ordinary and popular. In fact, this ordinary characteristic of chicken is also a reflection of people’s living conditions. Coupled with the chicken’s selfless dedication to human beings, the chicken was favored by the ancestors and was covered with a variety of beautiful and glorious wreaths.