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Collecting light images from the Yi Peng Festival in the past year.

The memories of the Yi Peng Festival from the perspective of tourists may include images of lanterns or floating lanterns floating in the air in clusters or scattered as individual lights, resembling stars in the sky.

In the past, the act of releasing lanterns was rooted in the belief in paying homage to various deities and making wishes. However, in contemporary times, the practice of releasing lanterns has evolved, with methods that vary. Whether it's interactive art installations or limiting the time and place for lantern releases to minimize environmental impact.

In addition to lantern releases, there are lights from decorating forest gate arches, lighting up temples and homes, lantern processions, and hanging lanterns in temples and households. Yi Peng is the "Festival of Lights."


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