One of the “Four Great Inventions” of China was the invention of Paper, credited to a Court Eunuch named Ts’ai Lun sometime around 105BC, now more than two thousand years later, China still produces numerous paper-products including the subject of this week’s photograph.
Not only is the Invention of Paper one of the “Four Great Inventions of China”, but another of those four inventions is “Printing”, and coincidentally, the subject of today’s photograph combines them both. 🙂
As the Chinese New Year celebrations which began the Year of the (Sea) Dragon, came quite close to my daughter’s birthday, we had essentially a three day celebration for her, and we hung a few Chinese decorations, including these tiny Paper Lanterns that are lit by a string of “Fairy Lights”
May everyone have a fruitful and prosperous Year of the Dragon!
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Very topical Mike 🙂 Trust you to make sure you got a photo which fits the time. I sometimes think I would have difficulty getting a Christmas looking photo at Christmas.
Only you. Thanks a bunch for the lesson. Lovely photo.
Thanks 🙂 there’s always something to learn 🙂
I like this Michael….its lovely!