Story of Pingxi Sky Lantern

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    This is one of the most famous tales on Chinese Lantern Festivals. Sky lanterns, sometimes called Kong-Ming Lanterns, were first made by Kong-Ming to send a message for help so they are also known as Lights of Safety. Later they were used to ask for a blessing and for making wishes at the Lantern Festivals, so they are called Lights of Blessing too. Chinese people believe that they can get a link to the gods by flying a sky lantern and not only get a blessing, but maybe have their wish come true.

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    Format(s): Paperback - ISBN: 9781908350343
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    Listed in: Picture storybooks
    Publisher: Snowflake Books Ltd

    Books by Xue Lin

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