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Chinese New Year by WindyLife

Description Chinese New Year In Nagasaki, Japan, Lantern Festival for celebrating Chinese New Year is now held at China town. Here I submit one of the pics I shot tonight. Nagasaki Lantern Fes [link] [link] Hope you enjoy Canon EOS 50D Tamron 17-50mm F2.8 China town, Nagasaki, Japan. Dedicated to Lizzy and Stash, left from Japan to Italy All Rights Reserved © WindyLife • My pictures are not stocks. • You can not use this picture without my permission. For any use, send me a note or a mail to…

Chinese Lantern Festival - Dragon Dance

Chinese Lantern Festival, or Yuan Xiao Jie China, falls on the 15th day of the 1st lunar month. Lantern Festival marks the end of Chinese New Year celebration

長崎、長崎ランタンフェスティバル/Nagasaki Lantern Festival

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Nagasaki Lantern Festival 2024

Nagasaki Lantern Festival is the biggest lantern festival in Japan, held at the China Town in Nagasaki City. Check the event details for the upcoming festival in 2023!

GALLERY | China Lights lantern festival takes over Craig Ranch Regional Park

A large dragon is reflected in a pond on the opening night of the China Lights lantern festival Friday, January 19, 2018, at Craig Ranch Regional Park in North Las Vegas. The festival, which features nearly 50 silk and LED light displays comprised of over 1000 elements, runs through February 25th. CREDIT: Sam Morris/Las Vegas News Bureau

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Celebrated on the 15th day of the first month in the lunar calendar, the Lantern Festival traditionally marks the end of the Chinese New Year celebrations. It is believed that the festival was started almost 2000 years ago by Emperor Ming of Han during the advent of Buddhism in China. Since then, it has turned into a folk custom that is practised throughout the world, and a beautiful one at that!
Consumption is on the rebound in China as the Qixi Festival, or Chinese Valentine's Day, gathered couples together to watch films, dine in and exchange gifts to celebrate the festival full of love and joy on Tuesday.
China's iron flower is a large-scale folk traditional fireworks spread in Henan and Shanxi. It has a history of thousands of years. It is a national intangible cultural heritage of China. During traditional Chinese festivals, blacksmiths beat molten iron at 1500 degrees to make the molten iron form a beautiful scene of fiery trees and silver flowers. (Source: Douyin user @hangpaishanxi) #Intangibleculturalheritage #chineseculture #molteniron #TraditionalCulture #art #folkart #chinesestyle
Chinese Mooncake Festival also calledMid-Autumn Festival.