Happy Lunar New Year 2023TDB Machining
Happy Lunar New Year 2023
Dear Valued Customers and Partners,
In a joyful atmosphere to welcome the new year of Quy Mao 2023,
the Board of Directors and all TDB staff would like to send greetings to customers and partners:
Prosperity – Happiness – Success.
Sincerely thank you for always believing, choosing TDB as a companion during the past time.
For us, your support and trust in the company during the past time is the greatest success of our company.
We understand that it is necessary to improve the quality of our services and products more in return for the trust and support of our customers.
The year 2022 has been a difficult year for the Covid-19 pandemic that caused many crises and damages,
but for us it was not a financial crisis or an economic recession, but a crisis of trust in customers is most feared for business.
Lunar New Year, also known as Chinese New Year or Spring Festival, is one of the most important and widely celebrated festivals in many Asian countries. It marks the beginning of the lunar calendar and is a time for family reunions, joyful festivities, and cultural traditions. In this 500-word essay, let’s delve deeper into the significance and customs associated with the Lunar New Year. The Lunar New Year is a time for reflection and renewal. It is an opportunity to bid farewell to the old year and welcome the new with a fresh start. Families come together to honor their ancestors, express gratitude, and seek blessings for the upcoming year. It is believed that the celebrations and rituals during this time bring good luck, prosperity, and happiness. Preparations for the Lunar New Year usually begin well in advance. Homes are thoroughly cleaned to sweep away any bad luck and make way for good fortune. Decorations such as red lanterns, couplets, and paper cuttings are hung to bring joy and auspiciousness. The color red, symbolizing luck and happiness, is prominently displayed throughout the celebrations. One of the most iconic aspects of the Lunar New Year is the reunion dinner. Family members from near and far gather together to share a sumptuous feast, often featuring traditional dishes that hold symbolic meaning. For example, fish represents abundance and prosperity, dumplings symbolize wealth and good luck, and sticky rice cakes signify a higher position or status. Fireworks and firecrackers are set off at midnight to ward off evil spirits and welcome the New Year with a bang. The loud noises and bright lights are believed to scare away bad luck and bring good fortune. Lion and dragon dances are also performed during street parades, adding to the vibrant atmosphere of the festivities. Another integral part of the Lunar New Year is the giving and receiving of red envelopes, known as “hongbao” in Mandarin or “lai see” in Cantonese. These envelopes contain money and are given as a symbol of good wishes and blessings. They are traditionally presented to children, unmarried individuals, and employees as a gesture of goodwill and prosperity. Visiting family and friends during the Lunar New Year is a common practice. It is customary to exchange greetings and well wishes. People often wear new clothes, symbolizing a fresh start, and offer gifts as tokens of appreciation and respect. These visits foster strong bonds and reinforce the importance of unity and togetherness. The Lunar New Year celebrations typically span over a period of 15 days, with each day holding special significance. For instance, the fifth day is known as the “God of Wealth Day,” where people pray for prosperity and make offerings to the God of Wealth. The fifteenth day, also known as the Lantern Festival, marks the end of the celebrations with lantern displays, lantern riddles, and a magical display of lights. In recent years, the Lunar New Year has gained global recognition and is celebrated in various parts of the world. Festivals and parades showcasing the rich cultural heritage of Asian communities are held, allowing people from different backgrounds to join in the festivities and learn about the traditions associated with the Lunar New Year. In conclusion, the Lunar New Year is a time of joy, family, and cultural heritage. It is a time to reflect on the past, embrace the present, and look forward to a brighter future. The customs, rituals, and festivities associated with the Lunar New Year bring people together, spreading happiness, prosperity, and goodwill. As we celebrate the Year of the Rabbit in 2023, let us cherish the traditions, connect with our loved ones, and embark on a journey filled with blessings, success, and fulfillment. Happy Lunar New Year!
Therefore, we will always maintain and develop more trust and satisfaction in the quality of TDB’s products and services with our customers.
The whole TDB Company will consider that as a promise to be fulfilled in the coming time.
Once again, TDB Hanoi Co., Ltd. would like to send customers & partners the best New Year greetings.
Wishing customers & partners to welcome spring filled with joy and happiness.
Thanks & Best regards,
Mr. Bao – Director
TDB HANOI CO.,LTD
CN13-2, Yen Binh Industrial Zone, Bai Bong, Pho Yen City, Thai Nguyen Province, Viet Nam
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