GUOMAT air spring holidays from February 6 to February 18, 2021 -Spring Festival
GUOMAT holidays from February 6 to February 18, 2021
The reason why GUOMAT AIR SPRING has the long Spring Festival holiday is for everyone to put in work better next year, with more energy and passion, to create newer air spring products and better serve customers.
The meaning of the Chinese New Year is harvest, reunion, reunion, remembrance, and prospect. The hard work of a year dissipates at this time, and the hope of the new year arises at this time. Years are the home of our souls. The historical origin of Niansu culture is so long that we cannot accurately verify its origin. Strictly speaking, the formation of New Year culture is a gradual process of historical evolution. The customs of the year are closely related to the labor forms of the working people and sacrificial activities. It is inseparable from labor, hunting, products, thinking, consciousness, spiritual sustenance, coping with nature, and transforming the environment.
The customs of the year have created the unique cultural diversity of our Chinese nation, nourished our spirit, penetrated our blood, and formed the rich civilization, etiquette and character of our Chinese nation. The form and content of the customs are constantly changing and enriching with the development of history. Headed by Hundred Festival. Speaking of New Year’s customs, everyone can say something: sticking Spring Festival couplets, hanging lanterns, sticking window grilles, paying New Year’s greetings, eating dumplings, setting off firecrackers... After the long river of history, in my country’s traditional Spring Festival, the New Year custom has formed a A fixed cultural form with endless charm. "Nian" is a popular nickname for the Spring Festival. Tracing back to its roots, the Chinese year is a product of farming culture. The ancients used grains to mature as a year, sowing in spring, harvesting in summer, harvesting in autumn, and storing in winter. The growth of crops went through a cycle, which is one year.
Contact Person: Mrs. Linda Lin