The China Post
Date: December 27, 2016
TAIPEI — The Yunlin County government on Monday unveiled the uniforms that will be provided for
receptionists for the 2017 Taiwan Lantern Festival and showed off the results of its training for workers responsible for foreign language docent services during the festival.
According to Yunlin Magistrate Lee Chin-yung, the reception and docent services will mainly be provided by students from three universities and several senior high schools in the county. Besides English, the docent services will also be available in Japanese, Malay, Vietnamese and Thai.
The uniform for female receptionists consists of a deep pink blouse and a purple skirt, while male receptionists will wear black suits. They were designed by Yunlin-born fashion designer Goji Lin.
The festival will take place Feb. 11-19 in the county’s Huwei and Beigang townships. It will cover a total area of 50 hectares and feature more than 3,000 lanterns. [FULL STORY]