Chinese New Year Balloons Dragon Video: New Year was celebrated in China on 10 February. For this celebration, two artists created a replica of the dragon with the help of 38 thousand balloons, which has found a place in the Guinness Book of World Records. Whoever saw this sculpture could not live without praising it. Let us tell you that in China, the date of New Year is decided by the lunar cycle according to the lunar calendar.
According to Chinese astrology, every year is celebrated in honor of one animal. According to the Chinese zodiac, the year 2024 was to be celebrated as the Year of the Dragon, while the year 2025 would be celebrated as the Year of the Snacks.
Dragon made of 38 thousand balloons
Two Chinese artists together created a replica of a dragon for New Year celebrations with the help of 38 thousand balloons. This replica has been included in the Guinness World Records list. The dragon replica was placed in a Hong Kong shopping mall for people to see. It is created by Sze Tai Peng and Kun Lung Ho.
The replica of the dragon is 42 meters long
The replica of the dragon made by Chinese artists is said to be 41.77 meters long. The video of this sculpture has been shared on Instagram from the official account of Guinness World Records. In which the caption is written ‘The largest sculpture of dragon made of balloon which is 41077 meters. It was created by Tai Peng and Kun Lu Ho.
According to the Guinness World Records blog, the two artists who created the dragon replica took the help of 60 people to create it, including organizers, university students and secondary school students. 38 thousand biodegradable rubber balloons were used to make it.
People’s reaction about dragon
Within a few hours of the dragon replica being posted on social media, it has received more than 17 thousand likes. People are also commenting on this. One user wrote ‘Amazing art’, another wrote ‘This is the kind of record I want to see more made.’ Let us tell you that New Year celebrations in China last for 15 days. During this time people celebrate every day with different traditions.