Happy Lunar New Year to Everyone!

Chinese New Year’s Day is the first day of the Chinese lunar calendar. But the date is different each year on the Gregorian (internationally-used) calendar, between January 21th and February 20th. In 2016 it’s Monday February 8th. It’s a public holiday for Chinese. Usually people have 7 consecutive days off (February 7–13, 2016)  from Chinese New Year’s Eve to the sixth day after Chinese New Year’s Day.

Since we keep contributing to local community by providing jobs to disabled and donating to local charity group for over 20 years,  Local Labour Union came to our factory and celebrate with our employees every year to encourage others follow our step to build a better community.

For Chinese every where, CHUN-LIAN春联 is always the most traditional way to celebrate lunar new year. Family will gather to create New Year’s poetry on red paper, to be hung on doorways and gates throughout the festival. Look at the beautiful pieces written by calligraphers among our big family.

At our company, we believe everyone has unlimited potential inside of them. That’s why we hold a lot of activities throughout the year to encourage our employees to learn and achieve. At least 60% of our employees have worked for our factory over 10 years, we are just like family.

Roll your mouse over the numbers to discover the meanings of these chinese characters.

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We hope you enjoyed these beautiful chinese calligraphy and Wish you luck in the Year of the Monkey

祝您:新春快乐!猴年大吉!