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Hangzhou presents Chinese Spring Festival celebrations at Universal Studios LA

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Los Angeles, California, USA - Feb 9-10, 2019 (CCTV - No access Chinese mainland)
1. Universal Studios sign
2. Giant gate of Universal Studios Hollywood
3. Tourists
4. Red decorations
5. Image of Leifeng Pagoda, Xu Xian, Bai Suzhen, characters in Legend of White Snake
6. Tourist taking photos
7. Various of tourists learning to write "Fu" with calligraphy brush
8. SOUNDBITE (English) tourist (name not given):
"This is the fu symbol. If you turn it upside down, this means it’s coming to you. So, that means fortune is coming to you."
9. Sachets
10. Performers giving out red envelopes
11. Performers taking photos with tourist
12. SOUNDBITE (English) tourist (name not given):
"It is our first time receiving it. I think it’s really neat. I'm really proud to be part of that tradition. I'm honored."
13. Various of Yueju Opera performance
14. Various of bamboo weaving
15. Tourist receiving small bamboo basket from master weaver
16. Bamboo weaving master praising teenager
17. SOUNDBITE (English) tourist (name not given):
"It's very fun and very difficult, but it's very interesting."
18. Tourists hanging their wishes on pink wish fulfilling tree
19. Wish fulfilling tree, red ribbons

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China's Hangzhou City joined hands with Universal Studios Hollywood in Los Angeles to celebrate Chinese Spring Festival from Feb 9 to 10 for the very first time.

The celebration, Hangzhou Showtime, brought in Hangzhou's brilliant traditional culture of tea and calligraphy, and showcased its most famous UNESCO heritage sites, the West Lake and the Grand Canal.

Visitors were attracted to take photos with the renowned symbols and learned to write "Fu" with calligraphy brushes.

"This is the fu symbol. If you turn it upside down, this means it’s coming to you. So, that means fortune is coming to you," said a boy, holding a Chinese character Fu decoration.

Famous scenes from Hangzhou's story 'Legend of White Snake' were recreated at the event. Performers dressed up like Xu Xian and Bai Suzhen, the two leading characters in the story, and gave red envelopes to visitors.

"It is our first time receiving it. I think it’s really neat. I'm really proud to be part of that tradition. I'm honored," said a visitor, displaying her red envelope.

Masters of Yueju Opera and bamboo weaving were also invited to display the charm of Hangzhou's rich history.

"It's very fun and very difficult, but it's very interesting," said a teenager, who had just learned how to make a bamboo weaving basket.

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  • Published : 2019-02-11 17:01
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  • Location : Los Angeles,United States
  • Category : arts, culture and entertainment
  • Duration : 1'32
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  • Location : Los Angeles,États-Unis
  • Category : arts, culture and entertainment
  • Duration : 1'32
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  • Category : arts, culture and entertainment
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USA-Universal Studios LA/Spring Festival

Hangzhou presents Chinese Spring Festival celebrations at Universal Studios LA

Dateline : Feb 9-10, 2019

Location : Los Angeles,United States

Duration : 1'32

  • English
  • Français
  • Español
  • Deutsch


Los Angeles, California, USA - Feb 9-10, 2019 (CCTV - No access Chinese mainland)
1. Universal Studios sign
2. Giant gate of Universal Studios Hollywood
3. Tourists
4. Red decorations
5. Image of Leifeng Pagoda, Xu Xian, Bai Suzhen, characters in Legend of White Snake
6. Tourist taking photos
7. Various of tourists learning to write "Fu" with calligraphy brush
8. SOUNDBITE (English) tourist (name not given):
"This is the fu symbol. If you turn it upside down, this means it’s coming to you. So, that means fortune is coming to you."
9. Sachets
10. Performers giving out red envelopes
11. Performers taking photos with tourist
12. SOUNDBITE (English) tourist (name not given):
"It is our first time receiving it. I think it’s really neat. I'm really proud to be part of that tradition. I'm honored."
13. Various of Yueju Opera performance
14. Various of bamboo weaving
15. Tourist receiving small bamboo basket from master weaver
16. Bamboo weaving master praising teenager
17. SOUNDBITE (English) tourist (name not given):
"It's very fun and very difficult, but it's very interesting."
18. Tourists hanging their wishes on pink wish fulfilling tree
19. Wish fulfilling tree, red ribbons


China's Hangzhou City joined hands with Universal Studios Hollywood in Los Angeles to celebrate Chinese Spring Festival from Feb 9 to 10 for the very first time.

The celebration, Hangzhou Showtime, brought in Hangzhou's brilliant traditional culture of tea and calligraphy, and showcased its most famous UNESCO heritage sites, the West Lake and the Grand Canal.

Visitors were attracted to take photos with the renowned symbols and learned to write "Fu" with calligraphy brushes.

"This is the fu symbol. If you turn it upside down, this means it’s coming to you. So, that means fortune is coming to you," said a boy, holding a Chinese character Fu decoration.

Famous scenes from Hangzhou's story 'Legend of White Snake' were recreated at the event. Performers dressed up like Xu Xian and Bai Suzhen, the two leading characters in the story, and gave red envelopes to visitors.

"It is our first time receiving it. I think it’s really neat. I'm really proud to be part of that tradition. I'm honored," said a visitor, displaying her red envelope.

Masters of Yueju Opera and bamboo weaving were also invited to display the charm of Hangzhou's rich history.

"It's very fun and very difficult, but it's very interesting," said a teenager, who had just learned how to make a bamboo weaving basket.

ID : 8102902

Published : 2019-02-11 17:01

Last Modified : 2019-02-12 19:43:49

Source : China Central Television (CCTV)

Restrictions : No access Chinese mainland

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