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    2020-01-17 16:48:01

    Our Lunar New Year holiday from 21th-31th , January. Thanks for your support in 2019. And wish in 2020, we can produce more water pumps for all of you. During our holiday, for pumps problem, pls email us or call us, we will deal with them soon. Best wishes to all of you, too.

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  • 2019 National Day Holiday from 1st-7th , Octorber
    2019 National Day Holiday from 1st-7th , Octorber

    2019-09-30 10:12:00

    Dear all our customers & friends,  This National Day is very specially for all of us, for it is 70th anniversary since our country establish.  It is great honor for the big development durning 70 years. Hornor for our countries and our local peoples.  And our company will celebration the National Day Holiday from 1st-7th , Octorber.  Durning the time, all your inquies or orders all will be dealt within 24 hours.  Wish all of you also enjoy your days !

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  • CHINESE Mid- Autumn Festival
    CHINESE Mid- Autumn Festival

    2019-09-12 17:41:53

                                                 CHINESE Mid-Autumn Festival Mid-Autumn Festival is an inherited custom of moon sacrificial ceremonies. The ancient Chinese observed that the movement of the moon had a close relationship with changes of the seasons and agricultural production. Hence, to express their thanks to the moon and celebrate the harvest, they offered a sacrifice to the moon on autumn days. It is the second grandest festival in China after the Chinese New Year. It takes its name from the fact that it is always celebrated in the middle of the autumn season. The day is also known as the Moon Festival, as at that time of the year the moon is at its roundest and brightest. On the festival day, family members gather to offer sacrifice to the moon, appreciate the bright full moon, eat moon cakes, and express strong yearnings toward family members and friends who live afar. In addition, there are some other customs like playing lanterns, and dragon and lion dances in some regions. The unique customs of ethnic minorities are interesting as well, such as “chasing the moon” of Mongolians, and “steal vegetables or fruits” of the Dong people. Notice : STARFLO company will start the short holiday from 13th-15th, September for the Mid-Autumn Festival.  If have any problems for the water pumps, also can send the email to us. We will deal with them in time. 

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  • Chinese Dragon Boat Festival from 7th-9th
    Chinese Dragon Boat Festival from 7th-9th

    2019-06-04 21:30:46

    Our factory celebrate the Dragon Boat Festival from 7th-9th, during the time, if you have any questions for the pumps, we will deal with in time. What is Dragon Boat Festival ? The Dragon Boat Festival (Duanwu Festival, Duānwǔ Jié, Double Fifth, Tuen Ng Jit) is a traditional holiday that commemorates the life and death of the famous Chinese scholar Qu Yuan (Chu Yuan). The festival occurs on the fifth day of the fifth month on the Chinese lunisolar calendar. What Do People Do? The Dragon Boat Festival is a celebration where many eat rice dumplings (zongzi), drink realgar wine (xionghuangjiu), and race dragon boats. Other activities include hanging icons of Zhong Kui (a mythic guardian figure), hanging mugwort and calamus, taking long walks, writing spells and wearing perfumed medicine bags. All of these activities and games such as making an egg stand at noon were regarded by the ancients as an effective way of preventing disease, evil, while promoting good health and well-being. People sometimes wear talismans to fend off evil spirits or they may hang the picture of Zhong Kui, a guardian against evil spirits, on the door of their homes. In the Republic of China, the festival was also celebrated as "Poets' Day" in honor of Qu Yuan, who is known as China's first poet. Chinese citizens traditionally throw bamboo leaves filled with cooked rice into the water and it is also customary to eat tzungtzu and rice dumplings.

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