The Chinese New year or Spring festival celebrations end on the evening of the 15th day of the first month in the chinese calendar. The fifteenth day of the new year is celebrated as Yuánxiāo jié (元宵節), otherwise known as “Chap Goh Mei” in “Fujian” dialect. End of celebration but it is just the beginning of ‘OX’ year.
The end of the Spring Festival period is traditional known as the ‘Lantern Festival‘. These lanterns are in a way different from those of ‘Mid Autumn Festival’. They will be traditional chinese paper lantern in red colour and tend to be oval in shape.
Not only the sound from the drum is LOUD!!! Even their voice too
Happy Lantern Festival to all Chinese around the world.