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Chinese Lantern Festival


The Lantern Festival is a traditional Chinese festival. It falls on the 15th day of the first lunar month each year and is the first full moon of the Lunar New Year, symbolizing the arrival of spring. Chinese people traditionally eat Yuanxiao, watch lanterns, and guess lantern riddles to express their congratulations. This is the last day of the traditional Chinese New Year and the first important festival after the Spring Festival holiday. Qu You's "Double-Headed Peony Lantern" written by Qiantang in the Ming Dynasty states: "Every New Year's Eve, lanterns are displayed in Mingzhou for five nights. All the ladies and gentlemen in the city can take a look at it." Young men and women go out to watch the lanterns and take the opportunity to get acquainted and meet each other, so it is also known as "Chinese Valentine's Day" in Southeast Asia.

In order to celebrate the Lantern Festival and the resumption of work after the New Year, BOMCAR held a gift exchange event, which is also BOMCAR's custom over the years.

Let's take a look at the gifts they exchanged in the foreign trade group.

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