Hechi prepares for upcoming Spring Festival
As the Spring Festival approaches, people in Hechi are creating a festive atmosphere by hanging lanterns, buying Spring Festival goods, and learning paper-cutting.
The Hechi Municipal Affairs Service Center will hang 250 sets of large lanterns and more than 45,000 small lanterns in the urban area of Yizhou district. In addition, Hechi will hang lighting decorations on the roads and trees around Yizhou People's Cultural Park and Liu Sanjie Fountain Square.
Lanterns are hung on trees in Hechi's Yizhou district. [Photo/Hechi Daily]
On Jan 19, the agriculture and rural affairs bureau of Luocheng Mulam autonomous county held a training class for female farmers in Xiaoren village, Sipao town, inviting Luo Huaqing, an intangible culture heritage inheritor of Mulam paper-cutting, to teach paper-cutting skills. They learnt to create paper-cut works with tiger elements to welcome the arrival of "the year of the tiger."
Luo teaches female farmers in Luocheng Mulam autonomous county to learn paper-cutting skills. [Photo/Hechi Daily]
Festive accessories like red lanterns, Spring Festival couplets, and Chinese knots can be seen throughout major shopping malls in Luocheng. Many people have carefully selected Spring Festival goods to prepare for the Chinese New Year.
In order to ensure the normal operation of lighting facilities during the Spring Festival, Tian'e county organized personnel to maintain the street facilities in the county area, creating a good travel environment for residents.
Bama Yao autonomous county held a Spring Festival cultural activity on Jan 18 at the Xinmin community. Calligraphers wrote couplets for the relocated people there and sent New Year's blessings, adding to the community's festive atmosphere.
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