Holidays for 2014 Chinese Spring Festival

Dear All,

Thank you very much for supports in past year 2013, we build new relation with most customers and business size growing big, we believe that we will stand in together continue with all cooperators and win again in 2014, just do it.

We will close on Jan 27 for Spring Festival and open on Feb 10, during period all production will stop, but business department will keep running, if you have any questions and requirements, welcome to send email to me or call my mobile phone, we are so glad to service you in this period.

In the end, we wish all friends good health and family happiness.

We will be back soon.

Chinese New Year – Spring Festival

Chinese New Year is the most important of the traditional Chinese holidays. In China, it is known as “Spring Festival,” the literal translation of the Chinese name 春節 (Pinyin: Chūn Jié), owing to the difference between Western and traditional Chinese methods for computing the seasons. It marks the end of the winter season, analogous to the Western carnival. The festival begins on the first day of the first month (Chinese: 正月;pinyin: Zhēng Yuè) in the traditional Chinese calendar and ends with Lantern Festival which is on the 15th day. Chinese New Year’s Eve, a day where Chinese families gather for their annual reunion dinner, is known as Chú Xī (除夕) or “Eve of the Passing Year.” Because the Chinese calendar is lunisolar, the Chinese New Year is often referred to as the “Lunar New Year“.

Chinese New Year is the longest and most important festivity in the Chinese calendar. The origin of Chinese New Year is itself centuries old and gains significance because of several myths and traditions. Chinese New Year is celebrated in countries and territories with significant Chinese populations, such as Mainland China, Hong Kong,[2] Indonesia, Macau, Malaysia, Philippines, Singapore,[3] Taiwan, Thailand, and also inChinatowns elsewhere. Chinese New Year is considered a major holiday for the Chinese and has had influence on the lunar new year celebrations of its geographic neighbors, as well as cultures with whom the Chinese have had extensive interaction. These include Koreans (Seollal), andBhutanese (Losar), Mongols (Tsagaan Sar), Vietnamese (Tết), and the Japanese before 1873 (Oshogatsu).

In countries such as Australia, Canada and the United States, although Chinese New Year is not an official holiday, many ethnic Chinese hold large celebrations and Australia Post, Canada Post, and the US Postal Service issue New Year’s themed stamps.

Within China, regional customs and traditions concerning the celebration of the Chinese new year vary widely. People will pour out their money to buy presents, decoration, material, food, and clothing. It is also the tradition that every family thoroughly cleans the house to sweep away any ill-fortune in hopes to make way for good incoming luck. Windows and doors will be decorated with red colour paper-cuts and couplets with popular themes of “good fortune” or “happiness”, “wealth”, and “longevity”. On the Eve of Chinese New Year, supper is a feast with families. Food will include such items as pigs, ducks, chicken and sweet delicacies. The family will end the night with firecrackers. Early the next morning, children will greet their parents by wishing them a healthy and happy new year, and receive money in red paper envelopes. The Chinese New Year tradition is to reconcile, forget all grudges and sincerely wish peace and happiness for everyone.

Although the Chinese calendar traditionally does not use continuously numbered years, outside China its years are often numbered from the reign of the Yellow Emperor. But at least three different years numbered 1 are now used by various scholars, making the year beginning in 2012 AD the “Chinese Year”

Spring Festival Vacation Notice

Dear Customers, Friends,

We will be closed for Spring Festival from January 20, 2012 to February 6, 2012, during the holidays’ period we will stop to produce and sell. From February 1 we will be open again and start to produce and sell for new season. Many thanks for support to Jinan Hyupshin Flanges Co., Ltd in 2011, we will continue supplying good products to customers in the year 2012. Let’s cooperate deeply and long, we will win the future in together!

Jinan Hyupshin Flanges Co., Ltd
www.hyupshin.cn
www.hsflanges.com

New Produce Season Start – Supply Forged Carbon Steel Flanges and Pipe Elbows

Season’s greeting to everyone.

Today our factory open again, from February 11 we will return to normal production, welcome to contact us for forged flanges and pipe elbows, tees, reducers etc, we supply ANSI/ASME/ASTM/ASA B16.5 flanges, DIN flanges, UNI flanges, EN1092-1 flanges, BS10 flanges, BS4504 flanges, GOST12820/12821 flanges, SABS/SANS 1123 flanges.

Jinan Hyupshin Flanges Co., Ltd want to be your cooperation partners, real friends in this field.

The CEO Mr. Guo Zhaoji welcome customers from anywhere to contact us, build long business relations.

Thanks.

2011. 02. 10

Chinese Spring Festival is coming

We are in Holidays from January 28 to February 17 for Chinese spring festival, our factory will be closed and stop to provide flanges and pipe fittings to markets during the period of holidays. Together we will stop to make quotation to customers, we are so sorry for the inconvenient.

The 2011 the year of rabbit in China, in the happy days we wish all visitors and customers have good lucks in 2011, everything is going well and have good health for all year.