There seems to be some rendition of the Lantern Festival happening in every city around the time of the Chinese New Year. But while they make for great Instagram content, not a lot of people know what the lanterns actually symbolize.
In the lunisolar Chinese calendar, this celebration—called Yuanxiao in Mandarin—falls on the final, or 15th day of the first lunar month (typically in February or early March on the Gregorian calendar). It marks the end of Chinese New Year festivities with a party under the full moon.
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Post time: Feb-26-2021