Nowadays, e-hongbao is quite popular in China. It is considered that e-hongbao comes originally from “lucky money” for the spring festival. 61. ________ People hope to get good luck from it. People send e-hongbao not only on festivals but in other situations as well. On birthdays, for example, people may get e-hongbao from family, relatives and friends, especially when they are not in the same place. 62. ________ On that day, to express their love, Chinese lovers prefer to send each other e-hongbao of 5.20 yuan, 9.27 yuan or 13.14 yuan…. People like to play e-hongbao games on smartphones. 63. ________ Some of the lucky ones may receive much while some get only a few fen. No matter how much money they get in the end, they want to try their luck. Usually, the person who gets the most money will send e-hongbao one more time. In fact, whether they get much or little, they have lots of fun. And the games bring people cheer together.
64. ________ If you forget to take the wallet with you when shopping or eating in restaurants, don’t worry. A smartphone can help you out. That’s great, isn’t it? However, each coin has two sides. Some people complain e-hongbao is just a way to make customers spend more money. And paying by e-hongbao can be dangerous sometimes. 65. ________ Safety always comes first.
A. Money from e-hongbao can also be used to pay.
B. In the games, people all hope to get some money.
C. It’s a new convenient way to send greetings and wishes.
D. For another example, February 14th is special to lovers.
E. Be careful not to give away personal information like your ID numbers.