Tang Kueh is made by making a dent in the middle of the glutinous rice ball, and it is like a bowl to undertake the "Blessing of God" bestowed by the goddesses, which can bless children. The mother of the bed also likes to eat chicken wine and oily rice, but she cannot place chopsticks during the worship, because she is worried that the mother of the bed will go away too "fast", and the worship time is from 5:00 to 7:00 in the evening (dui time).
This survey also found some telemarketing list interesting phenomena. Ninety percent of mothers over the age of 30 said "yes, I would rather believe it" to "Do you pray to God to pray for your child to take care of you?", and only 10 percent thought "No." Yes, I believe in technology and medicine.” On the contrary, 90% of 20-29-year-old mothers believe that they “believe in technology and medicine”, which shows that the concept of generations is different.
Mothers still hope to use traditional folk beliefs to make parenting easier. There are many taboos in ghost month parenting, modern parents would rather trust them In the question "Have you ever followed these ghost month parenting taboos?", the most taboo that parents observe is "don't whistle after the evening" (32%), and the second is "don't call your child's name in a sparsely populated place" (25%). In the third place, 22% of parents said "don't dry children's clothes at night", the fourth place was 13% "don't take pictures after the evening", and only 7% said "no, this is a superstition".