“Festivals are fun for kids, fun for parents and offer a welcome break from the stresses of the nuclear family. The sheer quantities of people make life easier: loads of adults for the adults to talk to and loads of kids for the kids to play with.” Tom HodgkinsonChina joined in celebrating January 1 as New Year’s Day more than a century ago, but the traditional Chinese New Year, also known as Spring Festival, remains the brightest national holiday. For Chinese people, it is the time to bring a family together and relax from work, while for a tourist, Spring Festival is an opportunity to visit one of the most ceremonious and colorful events in the world. Today many countries hold various festivities and parades to celebrate Chinese New Year. The biggest celebration out of China borders takes place in the US, in San Francisco, to be more specific. The famous district called Chinatown transforms via decorations and it’s easy to forget that you’re still in America. The unforgettable atmosphere of Chinese New Year has inspired many artists and designers to create loads of artworks dedicated to this holiday. Now, when Chinese New Year is at the height of celebration, we've decided to devote the fresh issue of D4U Inspiration to the blossoming holiday which hopefully brings you the inspiration.
Happy New Chinese Year: Bright Designs to Celebrate.
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