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বাড হোমবুর্গের ঐতিহ্যবাহী লন্ঠন উৎসব/Lantern Festival in Bad Homburg

হঠাৎ সেদিন আমার বর বললো একটা ফেস্টিভেল নাকি হবে,লন্ঠন উৎসব (Lanternchen Festival) ! আমি একটু উৎসুক হয়ে উঠলাম। সব সময় বইয়ে পড়েছি, টিভি তে দেখেছি, কিন্তু সরাসরি এই প্রথম কোন স্থানীয় লোকজ উৎসব দেখবো! 9 more words

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The 2018 Taiwan Lantern Festival

Every year in Taiwan, the first full moon of the Chinese New Year is celebrated with the extraordinary Lantern Festival.

The Taiwan Tourism Bureau held the first Lantern Festival in 1990; it was designed to be an event to celebrate local folklore, and planned to coincide with the Ping Xi Sky Lantern festival and the Yanshuei Beehive Fireworks Festival. 984 more words


494 eur Amsterdam Taipei flight for 2 major events in February and March 2018

Lantern festival from the 3rd to the 11th of March and last week of Asian biennial 19-25th of February worth an extended trip to Taipei. From there you have a week between the two events, for you to take a low cost to Hong Kong or any other Asian destination. 10 more words


A Magical Night at Yeepeng Lantern Festival Chiang Mai

Jadi, highlight dari trip November kami kemarin adalah datang ke festival lampion yang diadakan di Chiang Mai. The mass sky lantern release ini dikenal dengan nama Yeepeng Lantern Festival atau Yeepeng Lanna International yang diadakan di Lanna Dhutanka Temple dalam area Mae Jo University. 831 more words


Chinese Lantern Festival, An American Version

Chinese Lantern Festival, An American Version  –by Jinny Batterson

Happy (Western) New Year!  As global cultures mingle more often, more of us Americans of all backgrounds are getting exposure to holidays and calendars celebrated elsewhere.  308 more words

The Christmas Capital Shines Brightly As Ever!

Pampanga is shining brightly like no other places with the ongoing Parol (lantern) Festival.  This aside from many other happenings to boot proving Pampanga is deserving the title “Christmas Capital of the Philippines.”  Of course we’ve all heard Pampanga being the Culinary Capital of the Philippines, but that’s another topic altogether. 520 more words