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Transcript: history(continued) #3 Introduction history THE BEST PLACES TO GO ARE BEIJING, HONGKONG, AND NANJING, WHERE LANTERNS CAN BE SEEN EVERYWHERE! history (continued) Sorces -chINA HIGHLIGHTS (website) -chinese lanterns (article) - october 25 (date found) www.chinahighlights.com (url) uses for lanterns: then CONCLUSION #2 history (continued) #2 hanging on doors and gateways. it also underwent extensive design examination: lamp-shade artisans competed amongst themselves to produce lamp shades of exquisite beauty, punctionality, design, and artistic deciration. just as in the carnival of rio de janeiro, where contestants compete each year to create the most impressive costume, participants -> conclusion chinese red lanterns have A LONG HISTORY, AND THEY HAVE BECOME A WELL-KNOWN SYMBOL OF CHINA TOWNS WORLDWIDE. uses for lanterns: today #2 uses for lanterns: then #2 fEATURES in conclusion, the chinese lantern is a very historical tradition in chinese history, and the tradition is still alive today! but ya' know, there's A SECRET ABOUT CHINESE LANTERNS, BUT YOU HAVE TO PROMISE NOT TO TELL! Chinese Lantern uses for lanterns: then #3 chinese new year, mid-autumn festival, and lantern festival. in the ancient lantern festivals competed each year in creating or producing the most impressive lantern. the difference is that the best lantern in china-except for those reserved for the imperial palace-became public property: they were copied by every lamp-shade artisan throughout the country. the emperor himself had the best lamp-shade artisans in the empire work for him; such recognition was naturally the supreme honor. compounds, typical of beiging, but also seen elsewhere in china. it was also quickly dicovered that the lantern made an excellent "flashlight", or portable light. some historical experts believe thaT THE CONCEPT OF STREET LIGHTING IN EUROPE STEMS FROM EUROPEAN CONTACT WITH IMPERIAL CHINA, WHERE "STREET LIGHTING" HAD LONG EXISTED IN THE FORM OF THE CHINESE LANTERNS -> uses for lanterns: today although there is no longer a practical need for chinese lanterns, they are still made, used, and enjoyed by the chinese people. the streets both in big cities and small towns are decorated with red lanterns during festivals, especially THE MOST COMMON CHINESE LAnterns are red, have an oval shape, and decorated with red or gold tessels, but they come in many shapes; one style is square shaped. the materials for making a lantern vary: bamboo, wood, rattan, or steel wire for the frame; paper or silk for the shade; and FOR A LITTLE PIZAZ (JAZZ HANDS), PAINTING, PAPER CUTTING, AND EMBROIDery. the chinese lantern origanted as an improvemnet for the open flame. the shade not only protects the flame inside from being extinguished in windy weather, but it a also provides a more diffuse form of lighting. it was inevetible that the lantern shade would become the object of artistic expression, given the chinese penchant or embellishment. while the earliest chinese lanterns were created for practical use in the house and as entrance-way lighting, they eventually become highly ornamental, and as a status symbol. this is evident from how the red lanterns are extensively used in qiao family's compound, built in the qing dynasty, as well as at the gates to the siheyuan

Chinese Lantern Festival

Transcript: Current China 1.The absolute location of China ancient capital is 39° 54' N, 116° 24' E Chinese Lantern Festival by:Ian Taylor The first festival was in the beginning of Eastern Han Dynasty{25-220}. The reason for this holiday is that it ends china most appreciate festival "Spring Festival". They set of fireworks.Their is dances and dragon dances. of Current and Ancient China Ancient China Moon cakes are so good.Why don't you try one. 5.The countries that border ancient China are Russia, India, Afghanistan, Bhutan, Myanmar, Kazakhstan, North Korea, Kyrgyzstan, Laos. 6.The continent that ancient China is part of is Asia. 7.The hemisphere that ancient China is on the northern and eastern hemispheres. Descriptions 2.The present-day courtry of ancient China is East Asian 3.Five cities that make up ancient China are Kim-Tai,Korean,Mon-Khmer,Tajik,Wu. 4.Five cites that make up current China are Beijing,Taipel,Hong Kong,and Dongguan. Twelve qustion The MLA Citation Web. 20 Nov. 2015. Web. 20 Nov. 2015. Web. 20 Nov. 2015. An Introduction to China's LARGEST Cities." ChinaHighlights. Web. 20 Nov. 2015. Ancient China - Google Search." Ancient China - Google Search. Web. 20 Nov. 2015. Web. 20 Nov. 2015.An Introduction to China's LARGEST Cities." ChinaHighlights. Web. 20 Nov. 2015.Ancient China - Google Search." Ancient China - Google Search. Web. 20 Nov. 2015.Current China Map - Google Search." Current China Map - Google Search. Web. 20 Nov. 2015. "Google." Google. Web. 4 Dec. 2015. "Google." Google. Web. 4 Dec. 2015. "China's Lantern Festival." China Highlights. Web. 4 Dec.2015. 8.The bodies that surround ancient China are the Yellow Sea and China Sea. 9.The climate for modren day in ancient China range from tropical to high altitude, polar conditions. 11.These landfroms don't make it difficult for people,goods,and ideas to travel. 12.If you are traveling to modern day China you go east. Most people enjoy the Lantern Festival because of the lanterns.

Chinese Lantern Festival

Transcript: China 2020 TianGuan, Taoist God, is responsible for good fortune. His birthday falls on the 15th day of the first lunar month. It is said that TianGuan likes all types of entertainment. So followers prepare various kinds of activities during which they pray for good fortune. PingXi Tour Taiwan Solving Riddle 2 Pingxi Lantern Festival Taiwan KNOW BEFORE YOU GO! Family suggestion 2019 People believed that Taiyi, the God of Heaven, controlled the destiny of the human world. Taiyi had sixteen dragons at his beck and call. He decided when to inflict drought, storms, famine or pestilence upon human beings. Beginning with Qin Shi Huang, the first emperor of China, ordered splendid ceremonies each year. Asked Taiyi to bring favorable weather and good health to him and his people. Taoism The round shape is meant to evoke the spirit of family unity and harmony. It is held on the 15th day of the New Year in Chinese lunar calendar. It also marks the final day of the traditional Chinese New Year celebrations. Chinese Lantern Festival http://www.chinesecio.com/cms/en/culture/girl-named-yuan-xiao-legend-lantern-festival-chuan-shuo-gu-shi-yuan-xiao-gu-niang A girl named Yuan-Xiao Lantern Festival celebration Sky Lantern Radish lantern Jade Emperor & cane pingXi HD solving riddles 1 Origin Legends Lantern Exhibition Food PingXi Sky Lantern Taiwan more than 2000 years ago and is popularly linked to the reign of Emperor Ming of Han at the time when Buddhism was growing in China. Emperor Ming was an advocate of Buddhism and noticed Buddhist monks would light lanterns in temples on the fifteenth day of the first lunar month. As a result, Emperor Ming ordered all households, temples and the imperial palace to light lanterns on that evening. Buddhism Lantern Festival across China Taiyi The God of Heaven Taipei 2020 What do the people do during the Lantern Festival? Chinese Lantern Festival Worship Taiyi,the God of Heaven, Emperor QinShiHuang Taoism- TianGuan's birthday. Buddhism- Emperor MingDi of the Eastern Han Dynasty. Beautiful crane- jade emperor A maid named Yuan-Xiao Tangyuan (YuanXiao) YanShui Fireworks South of Taiwan Dōng hánchán East of Taiwan Skype Lantern tutorial 2012

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Transcript: A very traditional thing that happens at the Lantern Festival is the Lion Dance. It's supposed to bring good luck and is thought to be one of the most amazing things there. It is performed by two dancers : one at the head and one at the tail of the Lion. The dance is very difficult and is a martial art in itself. There is also the dragon dance which symbolizes strength, wisdom, good fortune, nobility and longevity. At family reunions they come together to eat glutinous rice balls, called tangyuan. At the lantern festival in Taiwan they often drink bubble milk tea, which is a cool refreshing drink with chewy tapioca balls (pearls). Promote Canberra's Plan The Canberra Lantern Festival will mimic the traditional Chinese Lantern Festival. The Canberra Lantern Festival will be spread through the Parliamentary Triangle with lanterns lighting a path to Lake Burley Griffin, the night markets and finishing with the live entertainment. The Chinese Lantern Festival marks the end of the Chinese New Year Celebrations, usually held on the 15th day of the first month of the lunar calendar. There are many legends about how the festival started, but they all come down to one thing : The Fire God was angry and threatened to burn their town down, but a good fairy came to help the townsfolk. She told them to light lanterns and have firecrackers, and since it was their last hope they agreed. When they did it the Fire God was tricked, because from the heavens it looked as though the village was ablaze, and he was satisfied. So from then on in celebration the townsfolk made it an annual tradition. What country/countries does it come from/is it practiced in? As the festival grows older, the lanterns become larger and more complex/elaborate/intricate. They used to be simple, small, hand-held paper lanterns with wax candles inside, but nowadays the lanterns are made in many different ways and come in all shapes and sizes. There have been a lot of animal-shaped lanterns in these past few years. A lot of people participate in the Chinese Lantern Festival, but mostly the Chinese themselves. The children carry their lanterns around the village and families come together. Chinese people have settled in a lot of places and most of the time in those places the Lantern Festival is celebrated. Who participates in in the Chinese Lantern Festival? The Lantern Festival originated from China, but is celebrated in Taiwan, Hong Kong, Singapore and many other countries that the Chinese have moved to. The Lantern Festival is important to the culture it comes from because it it the first full moon night on the Chinese calendar, marking the return of spring. It is important to them to appreciate the full moon and have family reunions. The Chinese Lantern Festival is also the equivalent to the Chinese people’s Valentines Day because in the older celebrations it was a day that gave girls and boys a chance to mingle freely. Why is the Chinese Lantern Festival special to the culture it is from? What is some other interesting information about the Chinese Lantern Festival? What is the Chinese Lantern Festival about? Chinese Lantern Festival Bibliography http://asianz.org.nz http://www.wudaokou.com/ http://gochina.about.com/ http://en.wikipedia.org/ http://howto.yellow.co.nz/ http://traditions.cultural-china.com/ http://newyearseveblog.com/ http://www.chinahighlights.com/ http://www.travelchinaguide.com/ http://www.chinaodysseytours.com/ http://www.china-family-adventure.com/ http://www.aucklandcouncil.govt.nz/ http://www.memeaddicts.com/ http://chineseculture.about.com/ http://www.travelchinaguide.com/ http://afe.easia.columbia.edu/ http://www.escapenormal.com/ http://www.stuff.co.nz/ How has the Chinese Lantern Festival changed over time?

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Transcript: The Sandplain Duck Orchid flowers much later than other associated orchids, from October to January, with flowering being more profuse after summer fire. By the time of flowering, the leaf is often dry and withered due to the hot summer temperatures. However, by producing a nutrient rich, fleshy flower stem, this species is able to cope with harsh summer conditions. The species is dormant between December and late April. the resale vaue of the orchid is 13.99 if you return it to the place you get it from but if not the price will be more To prepare the cutting, remove the lower leaves and cut beneath a node using sharp secateurs. Nip out any buds or flowers and also remove large leaves. Plant require ments Insects that harm the plant Watering- Moth orchids have no water storage organs other than their leaves, so you shouldn’t let them dry out completely. Thoroughly water potting mix, but do let water sit in the crown of the plant as this can lead to fungal problems. Let the water drain before returning to its position and don’t sit the plant in a saucer. In most cases, watering once every seven days is enough. sunlight- Strong light, but not direct late-afternoon sunlight (although dendrobiums can handle more sun) High humidity Turbulent air flow around the roots Regular periods of drying, alternating with drenching rains Temperatures between 50 degrees Fahrenheit and about 85 degree Fahrenheit. necessary nutrients- While this may look like yet another case of autotroph posing as heterotroph, it’s not the one you think. Caleana major’s flowers are designed to attract male sawflies. When the flies enter the larger ‘body’ portion of the flower, the ‘neck and head’ portion of the flower snaps closed behind them. For about a minute or so, the sawflies buzz around in a slight frenzy and become coated in pollen. This ensures that flower pollinates itself and any pollen remaining on the fly travels with it to the next flower. - Phalaenopsis. Disease spreads so rapidly that plants may be completely rotted in 2 to 3 days. The bacteria are opportunistic organisms that can enter through wounds. - Dendrobium. Leaves appear yellow and water-soaked and become black and sunken. - Vanda. Leaves develop translucent patches which become black and sunken. - Paphiopedilum. Leaves develop small, round spots often near the middle of the leaf. The spots are initially yellow and water-soaked but eventually become reddish brown and sunken. The spot enlarges in all directions and may reach the growing crown before the leaf tip is affected. If untreated, the disease quickly spreads throughout the plant, leaving it a dark, shriveled mass. - Grammatophyllum. Leaves have water-soaked, browning spots which become black and sunken. Resale value of the orchid Care for plant Binomial Name -Caleana Major Resembles: - Flying duck unwanted insect invaders can easily appear at any moment in time. Although typical household plant pests can attack orchids, the most common insect Phalaenopsis orchid invaders are scale insects and mealy bugs. Cutting of the plant Transporting Life Cycle Plant diseases Soak the orchid's pot in water for several hours before transplanting. Remove the orchid from the pot. Shake off any loose soil and then soak the roots in cool water or rinse them under cool running water. Inspect the plant carefully. Divide the orchid if you want to make multiple plants. Put a single layer of clean small stones in the bottom of each pot to help with drainage. Fill the new pots with a potting medium specifically designed for orchids. Water the soil to make it damp before putting the plant in. Leave the newly transplanted orchids in shade for 7 to 10 days while they adjust. Move the plants back into the sunlight and resume regular watering. Pros and Cons for planting in the greenhouse humid hot sunny barely any water in an area that is always hot growing an orchid in a green house could make the plant look healthier and more fresh than gorwing out side. But also when growing an orchid in a greenhouse tempetrue could be unbalance or too hot and the plant could die instantly. duck orchid

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Chinese Lantern Festival

Transcript: A Short cartoon about Lantern festival As the first important festival after the traditional Chinese New Year (Spring Festival), the Lantern Festival is also the first night to see a full moon. This festival marks the end of the two-week New Year holiday period. The Origin The heaven emperor was very angry at the people in the mortal world for accidentally killing a sacred bird. He ordered his soldiers to set fire and burn everything on the 15th of the 1stt month. The people came up with an idea that every family should light up lanterns and fireworks. And hopefully the heaven emperor would think that everything has been burned out. On the 15th day of the 1st lunar month, the heaven emperor looked down, and there was red fire and thundering cracks everywhere, he thought the folks had been punished. From then on, people light up lanterns and fireworks on the 15th day of the 1st lunar month, in order to celebrate the success. Questions ? It is pronounced very similar to Tuanyuan, which means the whole family gathering together happily. And because roundness has the connotation of During Lantern Festival, people get together to celebrate the beginning of spring. The customs and activities vary in different areas of Asia. Among them, watching lanterns, fireworks, guess lantern riddles, lion and dragon dance, and eating Yuanxiao (sweet stuffed dumplings made of rice flour served in soup) are the most important and prevalent ones. Yuánxiāo Jié When is it ? Chinese Lantern Festival wholeness and togetherness in Chinese culture, Yuanxiao became a symbol of staying together. The Lantern Festival has been part of Chinese New Year celebrations since the Han Dynasty (206 BC- 221 AD). People wrote riddles on paper notes and pasted upon the colorful lanterns. If visitors think they have the right answers to the riddles, they could pull the paper out and went to the lantern owners to check their answer. If they were right, they would get small gifts. Lanterns are a symbol for brightness and birth in China. Lighting lanterns means illuminating the future. Many people who want to have a good fortune, they write a good words on the lanterns and fly them away. They believe the gods can see that and pray them for this whole year. Did You Know....... Customs Another name for Yuanxiao is Tangyuan. The lantern riddles, originating from common riddles, emerged in the Southern Song Dynasty (960-1279). vs Lantern Festival is celebrated on the 15th day of the first month of traditional Chinese calendar. It is usually in February or March in the Gregorian calendar (The International calendar). For 2015, the festival will be on March 5th.

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