By: Y.F. Low
During the festival, activities will be held on three days — Feb. 11, 14 and 22.
This year, fingerprints are being used as a decorative element on the sky lanterns because everyone’s fingerprints are unique, symbolizing the special nature of every wish written on the lanterns, New Taipei’s Tourism and Travel Department said.
On the first day of the festival, which will take place on the fourth day of the Chinese Lunar New Year, a main lantern decorated with children’s fingerprints will be released into the night sky from Jing Tong Elementary School. [FULL STORY]