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    Post time: 12-14-2022

    Repost from EMBASSYLIFE.RU-ПОСОЛЬСКАЯ ЖИЗНЬ    The largest festival of light in Northern Europe called “Dragons, Myths and Legends” is taking place in the PakruoDragons of Pakruojis manorjis manor in Lithuania. The history of the Chinese Lantern Festival is about two thousand years old. The...Read more »

  • The New York Times
    Post time: 12-19-2019

    Repost from The New York Times    By Laurel Graeber on Dec.19, 2019      April may be the cruelest month, but December, the darkest, can feel unkind, too. New York, however, offers its own illumination during these long, blustery nights, and not just Rockefeller Center’s seasonal sparkle. Here’s...Read more »

  • de Gelderlander
    Post time: 12-18-2019

    Repost from de Gelderlander By Reinier Vermeer  on Dec.18, 2019 De derde keer dat ambassadeur Hong Xu, burgemeester Hans van der Pas en parkeigenaar Marcel Boekhoorn de knop omdraaien blijven de lampjes van de tientallen installaties in het dierenpark branden en kan de voorvertoning beginnen. Do...Read more »

  • Xinhua
    Post time: 06-24-2019

    Repost from Xinhua By Chen Jin on Jun.24, 2019  SIBIU, June 23 (Xinhua) -- The open-air ASTRA Village Museum on the outskirts of Sibiu in central Romania was illuminated late Sunday by 20 sets of large-scale colorful lanterns from Zigong, a southwest Chinese city famous for its lantern culture. ...Read more »

    Post time: 11-29-2018

    Repost from By Shira Stoll on Nov. 28, 2018 NYC Winter Lantern Festival makes Snug Harbor debut, attracting 2,400 attendees STATEN ISLAND, N.Y. -- The NYC Winter Lantern Festival made its debut in Livingston on Wednesday evening, bringing 2,400 attendees to Snug Harbor Cultural Center ...Read more »