Highspec UK has seen increased business in the weeks leading up to Chinese New Year, and in light of this they're recommending that as many people as possible make their way to the celebrations going on near them.
February 8, 2013 (Newswire) - Chinese New Year takes place on the 10th of February this year, and marks the beginning of the new Chinese calendar. The Chinese calendar is lunisolar, telling not only the date but also the phase of the moon, which is why the new calendar begins after the traditional New Year celebrated around the world. The Chinese New Year also marks the beginning of the new Lunar year, meaning many farmers use the calendar to help them know when to sow crops.
This year, as in previous years, there will be celebrations taking place in cities around the world, including the UK. Highspec UK is recommending that people take advantage of these celebrations and go to any big ones near them to have a great time. Usually there are Dragon dances and kung fu demonstrations to watch, and there will always be a selection of traditional Chinese food available to bring the New Year in with a specific Chinese style.
Highspec UK has experienced increased business in the lead up to Chinese New Year, which is why they're recommending people go and experience it in their city. A Customer Service Representative commented, "we know there's going to be a big Chinese New Year celebration in the UK because we've had loads of people hiring our equipment for their events."
Chinese New Year is becoming bigger in the UK, and it's well worth going to see some of the demonstrations available to feel the theme and experience the culture. As always the evening will end with a spectacular fireworks show that will be unbeatable by any displays in the UK.
Highspec UK is an events equipment supplier in the UK. They have a wide range of equipment for people and businesses to hire for their personal events, and can cater to the needs of anyone for their own personal event.