Lantern festival is the part of chinese new year celebrations celebrated on the 15th day of lunar new year. The festival is also named as spring festival when people come out at night by holding lantern and greeting their dearones to share joys of spring chinese new year festival. Usually red and yellow are the color themes for lanterns as they look beautiful with light in the night. So, share any of these chinese new year lantern festival cards and greetings to feel the pleasure of roaming outside with lanterns in hand.
Monday, January 25, 2010
The joy and beauty of chinese celebrations are incomplete without the colorful fireworks so explore some best collection of chinese new year fireworks cards to share the scene of firework display at night in the open sky. Let the whole World knows the arrival of Millennium Dragon and its great welcome expressed through lighting, glitters and fire in sky.
Every celebration calls for parties and get-togethers. Likewise, festival bring people close to each other by social gatherings and ceremonies. Every year in China, people welcome the dragon to spread his blessings on them and in this honor, parties are organized with great food and joyful time. Send a nicely written Chinese New Year Invitation card to invite them warm lunar new year party invitations.
Chinese Moon Festival is also known as Mid-Autumn Festival, celebrated as one of the celebrated event of chinese community. The moon festival marks the end of the agricultural year and a great re-union of friends, families and relatives and have moon shape cakes together. Great feast, traditional dance, moon gazing and other things are attractions of mid-autumn festival celebration in China. So, share your heart-felt wishes by exchanging any of these moon festival cards or chinese mid-autumn festival greetings.
The 2010 chinese new year will begin from 14th February and this time, it is the year of Tiger to bring wild, brave, sharp and speedy people good success and happiness. So, welcome Tiger to bring positive things for all and share warm wishes through a proper tiger designed 2010 Chinese New Year Greeting Cards for free.