PHOTOS Landmarks in China light up on Lantern Festival to show solidarity for Wuhan

PHOTOS

Landmarks in China light up on Lantern Festival to show solidarity for Wuhan

People's Daily

15:35, February 10, 2020

Today is February 8, the Chinese Lantern Festival of this year. People illuminate the lights of landmarks in 31 provinces and autonomous regions of the country to cheer for Wuhan. (Photos: The Paper)

These light shows strengthen the confidence and determination of the people of the whole country to support Wuhan and to keep fighting the epidemic. This photo shows the light show at the Shanghai Bund on February 8.

Huang Jin, general manager of Oriental Pearl Radio and Television Tower, said, “The light show starts on the Lantern Festival and lasts for three consecutive days, every night from 7 to 10 o'clock. It is purely a non-commercial act for the public good.”

“We hope that we can spread positive energy through this form of presentation, to boost confidence, and to cheer for Wuhan and for China,” he added.

The light show at Hanxiu Theatre, Hankou River Beach, Wuchang District of Wuhan, on February 8.

The light show at Hanxiu Theatre, Hankou River Beach, Wuchang District of Wuhan, on February 8.

The light show at Beijing China Steel International Plaza on February 8. (Compiled by He Jieqiong)

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