Blog Tag - Fireworks
Fireworks usage in Beijing is expected to decline once again this Spring Festival, a trend that shows a radical departure from just nine years ago
As a teacher at a study abroad program here in Beijing, I feel it's my duty not only to introduce the wonders of Chinese civilization to impressio
This year there will be a further reduction
Friday is the last big day of Spring Festival celebrations, at least as far as Beijing is concerned, so get out there and temple fair and firework
There's a lot of shopping going on ahead of Sunday night's Spring Festival celebrations, but one traditional item is proving less popular this yea
Spring Festival is a time for family and blowing shit up, but since I grew up in Virginia without extended family or illegal fireworks, Chinese Ne
In what seems to be an attempt to gradually squeeze the two weeks of madness that ensue every Spring Festival, this year, fireworks will only be o
Fireworks, usually explosions of joy and cheer to ring in Chinese New Year, can unfortunately mean miserable nights for some dogs.
Beijing will actively limit the use of fireworks during the 2016 Spring Festival period for the first time since their sale and use was permitted
Wondered what Beijing looked like from the air this Chinese New Year?
The fireworks on the fifth day of the Lunar calendar (chuwu, last Sunday) proved a bit too much for the sky too handle.
We’re not fans of the phrase “Chinese New Year.” I mean, we’re in China, after all.
[Updated 12/29, 11am: This just in: news reports indicate the midnight display will be on a digital screen only, visible only from inside...