What is a Lantern Festival
Is one of China’s largest and most influential folk activities, also called “Hua Deng”, with many different groups of lanterns put together in one place to form a huge display. Recently, the“Lantern festival” has become a key service as government
authority and corporations turn to more creative Solutions to communicate with the public or potential clients.
How is a Lantern Festival Special
A Lantern Festival is a combination of enjoyment and knowledge, as well as the participation of the people. As it has a long history and tradition in China for
hundreds of years, it has become a popular folk culture activity. Even more, it is a miracle of Chinese folk culture. One of the amazing aspects is that they
are all hand-made. From the top to the bottom, the lanterns are all made by hand. To add excitement to our product, we finish off the pieces of art with modern high
technology. This makes LFC traditional lantern Festival different. Thus, it can be described as a big gathering of Chinese traditional art with a modern twist.
Traditionally, lanterns have been made of bamboo and paper. They can take on almost any shape, and range in size from tiny replicas to larger than life. Over the last two millennia, technological advances have made the celebration more and more complex and visually stimulating and more business activities. Indeed, we had brought the festival to many places (Canada, Taiwan, Singapore, Malaysia, Vietnam, Japan, South Korea, Philippines, Thailand, Indonesia, Austria, Hong Kong, Macau, Russia Poland etc) there is no comparison from the most garish American Christmas decorations. We often sport unique displays of light that leave the viewer in awe.
Our master craftsman will construct multicolored silk lanterns in the likeness of butterflies, dragons, birds, dragonflies, and many other animals; these accentuate the more common, red, spherical lanterns. Brilliantly-lit floats and mechanically driven light displays draw the attention of the young and old alike. Sometimes, entire streets are blocked off, with lanterns mounted above and to the sides, creating a hallway of lamps.