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  • 2017 Autumn Canton Fair
    2017 Autumn Canton Fair

    2017-11-06

    The same opportunities and challenges, glory and dreams fly together. We visit our customers in Canton Fair. The 122th China Import and Export Fair (Canton Fair for short) is run in three phases, the opening time of 2017 Oct 15 to Nov 4 was held in Guangzhou. Three are in the Canton Fair Pazhou Complex. 

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  • Xiamen Yueshi National Day holiday & Mid-Autumn Festival
    Xiamen Yueshi National Day holiday & Mid-Autumn Festival

    2017-09-26

    The vacation for the National Day holiday & Mid-Autumn Festival is from Oct.1st to Oct.8th. The working day is Oct.9th. Please inform our customers and arrange your work in advance. Please contact Julia at julia@grinch6666.com; Mobile NO.: 15860727861 if urgently. XIAMEN YUESHI TRADE CO.,LTD 2017.09.26

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  • Mooncake gambling Rules for the Moon Cake Game
    Mooncake gambling Rules for the Moon Cake Game

    2017-09-26

    The Mid-Autumn Festival falls on the 15th day of the 8th month of the Chinese lunar calendar. For centuries, the Mid-Autumn Festival has encouraged family reunions, big feasts and enjoyment of a beautiful full moon. But for people in Xiamen, their exciting games have just started. A special custom “Moon-cake Gambling” will take place in every Mid-autumn Festival. You find a pack of six dice inside after opening every gaudily decorated box of mooncakes. Gambling? Right, but it is definitely legal. Because the stakes among the locals are mooncakes - and that is how this unique celebrating activity has got its Chinese name "Bo Bing." It is played only around the Mid-Autumn Festival. Easy to play though, the games have quite complicated rules hard to remember. So it is thoughtful for some mooncake manufacturers to print the rules on the package. All the "Bo Bing" game requires are six dice and a china bowl. Just throw the dice into the bowl - and the different pips you get stand for different ranks of awards you will win. When walking along streets in this tiny island during this time, you will hear the pleasant silvery sound of the dice rolling. Cheers of winning or loss are everywhere. The 300-year-old custom of mooncake gambling dates back to the Qing Dynasty (1644-1911). The inventor, Zheng Chenggong (1624-62), a general of the Ming Dynasty (1368-1644), stationed his army in Xiamen. Zheng was determined to recover Taiwan, which was occupied by Dutch invaders since 1624. When every Mid-Autumn Festival came, the soldiers naturally missed their families but fought with heroical determination to drive off the aggressors. General Zheng and his lower officer Hong Xu invented mooncake gambling to help relieve homesickness among the troops. The gambling game has six ranks of awards, which are named as the winners in ancient imperial examinations, and has 63 different sized mooncakes as prizes. From the lowest to the highest, the titles of six ranks are Xiucai (the one who passed the examination at the county level), Juren (a successful candidate at the provincial level), Jinshi (a successful candidate in the highest imperial examination), Tanhua, Bangyan and Zhuangyuan (respectively the number three to number one winners in the imperial examination at the presence of the emperor). Game players throw the dice by turns. Different pips they count win the player a relevant "title" and corresponding type of mooncakes. The lucky player who gets the pips to make it the title of "Zhuangyuan," will be the biggest winner in the game, and gain the largest mooncake. In ancient China, to win the imperial examination was the only way to enter an official career which was the dream of most learners, since the examination system was established in the Sui Dynasty (AD 581-618). No wonder then, if a person won "Zhuangyuan" through the imperial examination, the success would bring great honour to both him and his family, followed with a high-level position and a great sum ...

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  • Chinese Dragon Boat Festival
    Chinese Dragon Boat Festival

    2017-05-31

    Chinese Dragon Boat Festival is also known as Duanwu Festival (端午节), which falls on the fifth day of the fifth lunar month every year. With a long history of over 2000 years, dating back to the Warring States Period (B.C 403 — B.C 221), Chinese Dragon Boat Festival is one of the most three important lunar festivals in China, along with Spring Festival and Mid-autumn Festival. For celebrating this festival, there is a three-day holiday in China since 2008. It is also the first traditional Chinese festival listed on the World’s Intangible Cultural Heritages. In 2017, Chinese Dragon Boat Festival falls on May 30, which is Tuesday.

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  • Visit Customer In 121st China Canton Fair
    Visit Customer In 121st China Canton Fair

    2017-04-25

    Visit Customer In 121st China Canton Fair Julia, Leslie, Vincent and Alex to the Canton Fair to visit customers, and Looking for some creative products.

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  • Nimuno Loops Lego Compatible Tape Create the kingdom of fairy tales
    Nimuno Loops Lego Compatible Tape Create the kingdom of fairy tales

    2017-04-14

    Lego Compatible Tape Building Blocks Nimuno Loops Flexible Nimuno Loops tape lets you build Lego on almost anything,Create your the kingdom of fairy tales Lego fans can now build outwards from walls, chair legs, household objects or the backs of other toys using a new studded tape. Nimuno Loops are flexible rubber strips with a reusable adhesive backing that can stick to any smooth surface. On their non-sticky side, they're covered in studs that fit into the holes on the bottom of Lego bricks. They are also compatible with some other building block systems, like Mega Bloks and Kreo. Because Nimuno Loops are flexible, they can be bent around all kinds of shapes. Lego homes, towns, spaceships and more abstract creations are built on top. The tape comes in rolls and can be cut to size using an ordinary pair of scissors.

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