Happy Mid-autumn Day!

Time flies! Now we ushered in the 2011 Mid-Autumn festival.

Mid-autumn Day is one of the import traditional Chinese festivals, falls on the fifteenth day of the eighth lunar month. On that night the moon is brighter and fuller than any other night. In China, Mid-autumn Day is a time for family reunions.

In ancient China, poets considered the moon as a symbol of brightness, purity, and goodness. They wrote many beautiful poems about the moon. The most popular one was a story about a lady on the moon. She flew to the moon and lived in the Moon Palace.

On Mid-autumn Day, almost everyone gets together with his or her family, eating mooncakes, chatting and watching the moon. Mooncake, whose round shape symbolizes both the fullness of the moon and family togetherness. There are many kinds of mooncakes. They are small round cakes with meat, nuts or something sweet inside . eating mooncakes has been our custom.

The Moon Festivals is one of three major Chinese holidays, along with the Spring and Dragon Boat Festival .On that day, families get together,so we call this day getting together. This is Mid-autumn Day. I love it very much.

Our Best Technology we will have a three day holiday(from Sep 10 to Sep 12) to celebrate the Mid-autumn Day and will reopen on Sep 13. Best Technology wish you all have a happy Mid-Autumn festival! Enjoy the beautiful life together with your family forever.

Tomb-sweeping Day

Tomb Sweeping Day is one of the few traditional Chinese holidays that follows the solar calendar– typically falling on April 4, 5, or 6. Its Chinese name is “Qing Ming” literally means “Clear Brightness,” hinting at its importance as a celebration of Spring. Similar to the spring festivals of other cultures, Tomb Sweeping Day celebrates the rebirth of nature, while marking the beginning of the planting season and other outdoor activities.

The Tomb Sweeping Day in Ancient Times
In ancient times, people celebrated Qing Ming Jie with dancing, singing, picnics, and kite flying. Colored boiled eggs would be broken to symbolize the opening of life. In the capital, the Emperor would plant trees on the palace grounds to celebrate the renewing nature of spring. In the villages, young men and women would court each other.

The Tomb Sweeping Day as Celebrated Today With the passing of time, this celebration became a day to honor the past ancestors. Following folk religion, the Chinese people believed that the spirits of deceased ancestors looked after their family, sacrifices of food and “paper money” could keep them happy, then they would bless the family prosper through good harvests and have more children.
Today, Chinese visit their family graves to tend to any underbrush that has grown, remove the weeds, swept away the dirt, and set out offerings of foods and burning “paper money”.

Up to now, the custom of obeisance ancestry and grieve over those already died relatives on Tomb Sweeping Day are still very widely accepted.

Out Best Technology will have our Tomb Sweeping day holiday from today till Apr 5. And back on Apr 6. Hope everybody have a nice weekend and enjoy life better.

Happy Chinese Rabbit Year

In the past 2011, we achieve great success, together with customers, friends strong support. We see the economic growing, with the increased demanding for circuit board. We think people will need more circuits in their electronics products. So we have more confidence in 2011! So how about you, my friends?

Everybody is looking forward to back home to have happy time with their family and friends. You can see their feeling from the eyes, the face, and the voice is filled with happy, and a little nervous.

 To have good vacation will have good working in new year. Here are our 2011 Spring Festival Holiday Arrangement:

Jan 29th-Feb 9th: Closed

Feb 10th: Re-open

So everybody, enjoy the holiday!

Happy Chinese Rabbit Year! 🙂

Merry Christmas


Christmas Day is a holiday observed generally on December 25 to commemorate the birth of Jesus, the central figure of Christianity. It’s a national holiday in western countries resemble the Chinese New Year. But now, it has grown steadily over the past few centuries in many regions of the world.

Christmas means a joyful time of year. It brings friends and family together. Everyone smells joy in the air and everyone is celebrating Jesus’ birthday. It’s a matter of opening gifts, you can get a lot of presents from “Santa Claus”.

Christmas Day is the time spending with your family, seeing all the beautiful lights, decorating the tree, eating all the food you can eat, send gifts to each other. How Happy!

The Christmas atmosphere in China is getting more and more strong these years. Many family and supermarkets also have a decorated Christmas tree. People sent gifts and cards to show their blessings . All Peole are doing expect for the new year .

Christmas to me means when you think of people that love you and the people who are loved by you, not just all the presents and the decorations. It’s all about giving and recieving and spending time with your loved ones.

With the Christmas Day approaching, Best Technology take this opportunity to celebrate a fruitful results in 2010 and wish good luck and success in 2011 .

Warm greetings and best wishes for Christmas and the New Year!
Wishing everybody peace, joy and happiness through Christmas and the coming year.

Dragon Boat Festival

The Dragon Boat Festival, also called the Double Fifth Festival, is celebrated on the fifth day of the fifth month according to the Chinese calendar. For thousands of years, the festival has been marked by eating zong zi (glutinous rice wrapped to form a pyramid using bamboo or reed leaves )and racing dragon boats.

The festival is best known for its dragon-boat races, especially in the southern provinces where there are many rivers and lakes. This regatta commemorates the death of Qu Yuan , an honest minister who is said to have committed suicide by drowning himself in a river.

Qu Yuan

Qu Yuan

The people of Chu who mourned the death of Qu threw rice into the river to feed his ghost every year on the fifth day of the fifth month. But one year, the spirit of Qu appeared and told the mourners that a huge reptile in the river had stolen the rice. The spirit then advised them to wrap the rice in silk and bind it with five different-colored threads before tossing it into the river.

During the Duanwu Festival, a glutinous rice pudding called zong zi is eaten to symbolize the rice offerings to Qu. Ingredients such as beans, lotus seeds , chestnuts , pork fat and the golden yolk of a salted duck egg are often added to the glutinous rice. The pudding is then wrapped with bamboo leaves, bound with a kind of raffia and boiled in salt water for hours.

The dragon-boat races symbolize the many attempts to rescue and recover Qu’s body. A typical dragon boat ranges from 50-100 feet in length, with a beam of about 5.5 feet, accommodating two paddlers seated side by side. Dragon boat races in long, thin, canoe-like boats often sporting the head of a dragon on the prow, are a southern Chinese tradition.

Zongzi

Zongzi

Except eating zong zi and dragon-boat races Chinese people also cleaning the house on that day. The Dragon Boat Festival is also a cleaning festival. It is traditional for people to clean their houses on this day. It is also considered important to put up some leaves of mugwort or cattail on either side of the door, spray realgar water, and drink realgar liquor. These things are thought to prevent rot and kill bacteria to stop the spread of diseases.

Experts say, the Dragon Boat Festival custom began in China, the spring and autumn and warring states period, has more than 2000 years of history. But today, Dragon Boat Festival is still a very popular and grand festival among Chinese people.

Merry Christmas and Happy New Year

Dear Valued Customers & Friends

It seems that Christmas time is here once again and New Years’ Day is around the corner, with the old wish that is ever new, allow us to congratulate you and to extend you and your family all our warmest and best wishes for your perfect health and lasting prosperity.

And we would like to take this opportunity to thank you for your great friendhsip, cooperation and support for BEST in year 2007, also please convey our thanks and wishes to all of your colleagues. We look forward to your continued support and expanding our relationship even further.

Thank you again and Merry Christmas and Happy New Year!

Sincerely Yours,

BEST

http://www.bestfpc.com.

Celebrate Thanks Giving Day

Thanksgiving Day is coming now,

thanks giving dayaccording to United States, this days is celebrated on the fourth Thursday of Nov each year. That means tomorrow is Thanks Giving Day. Although it is a holiday originated from America, but right now, more and more countries celebrate that day, maybe that is so called International Pop-Pup.

thanks giving day

On that special day, we thanks to God for blessings received during the year, thanks all of our customers cooperation in the past months, and best wish all of you have a wonderful Thanks Giving Day Holiday.

Enjoy the turkey, corn, cranberries, and pumpkin pie. Enjoy the reunion with your families.