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EagerLED Holiday Notice for Qingming Festival 2023

December 26, 2021

As the annual Chinese traditional festival comes, we sincerely announce that EagerLED will be closed on April 5, 2023 due to the Ching Ming Festival. We will resume normal business on April 6th.


During the holidays, you can place orders and send emails on our website. We will process all orders and inquiries as soon as we return to work.


We are well aware that this holiday may cause you inconvenience, and we ask for your understanding and cooperation. If you have any urgent matters, please feel free to contact your sales representative or email manager@eagerled.com.


EagerLED is a world-renowned LED display solution provider, committed to providing high-quality LED display products and solutions to global customers. As one of the world-renowned LED display solution providers, we adhere to the customer-centric concept, constantly promote the development of ourselves and the industry, and provide cutting-edge technology and high-quality services.

 

We wish you a happy and peaceful Qingming Festival. May you cherish your loved ones, remember the deceased and carry forward the traditional Chinese culture.





Qingming Festival


Qingming Festival, also known as Tomb-Sweeping Day, is one of China's traditional festivals, which usually falls on April 4th or 5th in the Gregorian calendar. It is a day for Chinese people to pay respect to their ancestors, visit and clean their tombs, and pray for their blessings and good fortune.


During Qingming Festival, Chinese families will visit the graves of their ancestors, offering flowers, fruits, and burning incense or joss paper as a tribute. They will also clean the gravesite, removing weeds, and putting fresh soil on the tomb. In some areas, people will fly kites, hold dragon boat races, and play music to express their grief and respect to the departed.


The Qingming Festival has a long history, which can be traced back to the Zhou Dynasty (1046-256 BC). In ancient times, Chinese people believed that the ancestors would continue to watch over the living after death, and they should pay their respects regularly to their predecessors. Qingming Festival was designated as a national holiday in 2008 in China.


Apart from China, many countries and regions also have similar customs and traditions, like the Koreans Chuseok, and the Japanese Obon. Nowadays, many Chinese people who live away from their hometowns or even overseas will come back to visit their family graves during Qingming Festival, commemorating their ancestors and carrying on the traditions and memories of their families.


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