Chinese New Year can also be called the spring festival. It starts on the 15th day of the new lunar year and marks the end of the Chinese New Year period. This day is when the moon is at its fullest and brightest. People of this day at night would go out to see the many lantern that are on display or make their own lantern to carry around.
People on this day would have the 2nd family reunion meal and eat sweet rice balls called “tang yuan” to symbolize wholeness like the full moon.
This set showcases the spring lantern festival. It has colorful lanterns with riddles written on them. The center piece is an ox lantern because that year was the year of the ox.
這套展示了春節的元宵節。 它有五顏六色的燈籠，上面寫著謎語。 中間是一盞牛燈，因為那一年是牛年。