New Year Fireworks Broadcasting

The real time video is paused. The video above is recorded from 7:00 PM to 8:00 PM at the night of Jan 21, 2003. It is a pity that the video recorded from 11:30 to 12:10 PM was lost. At that time, fireworks are everywhere from my window.

Happy Chinese New Year! At the night of Chinese New Year, fireworks will be on show all of the city. I have setup a webcam to broadcast the exciting time to the world. :-D The window above is in real time with about 30 seconds delay. Happy New Year!

Real Time Broadcasting Successfully Completed

From 11:00 to 12:30, the real time broadcasting successfully completed. Video clips and pictures will be available soon. Happy New Year!

7 thoughts on “New Year Fireworks Broadcasting

  1. Carroll

    Happy New Year to you and all your readers. The year of the monkey, yes? Have a festive and safe celebration!

  2. tane

    A happy new year. I wish lots of success and prosperity for all of readers and Jian Shuo Wang. Do you eat special meals during the holidays? Japanese new year meals are very simple using mainly black beans, small fish, fish paste, cod row, etc. Tastes are quite heavy because the meals are originally intended to preserve for longer days. Housewives can avoid cooking during the holiday season.

  3. Jian Shuo Wang

    Steven, Carroll, Ced and Tane,

    Thanks for your greetings. Chinese Spring Festival is the biggest event in the year and it is definitely the good time to celebrate and thank othese who helped and cared us in the last year. I’d like to share the happiness with you – I was very happy to broadcast the even via my webcam – it is really a fantastic fireworks show. Pictures have been posted at http://home.wangjianshuo.com/archives/20040122_happy_new_year.htm

    Tane, we do have many customs for the holiday – like meal. However, for Wendy and I, we used the Simplified Spring Festival tradition. :D Eat what we like and have fun.

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