Celebrating the Dragon Boat Festival at Wuxi High Mountain

At Wuxi High Mountain, we believe in honoring and celebrating traditional Chinese culture. This year, to commemorate the Dragon Boat Festival, we have prepared special gifts for our employees and valued partners, reflecting our deep respect for this important cultural heritage.

Gifts for Employees and Partners
To celebrate the Dragon Boat Festival, also known as Duanwu Festival, Wuxi High Mountain distributed traditional gifts to our employees, including:

Zongzi: Traditional rice dumplings wrapped in bamboo leaves, symbolizing prosperity and unity.
Salted Duck Eggs: A festive delicacy enjoyed during this time.
Gift Cards: To show our appreciation for our employees’ hard work and dedication.
In addition to our employees, we also sent special gifts to our partners as a token of our gratitude and to strengthen our business relationships. We are delighted to have received thoughtful gifts from our partners as well, showcasing mutual respect and collaboration.

Embracing Traditional Culture
The Dragon Boat Festival, celebrated on the fifth day of the fifth lunar month, is a time to remember the ancient poet Qu Yuan and to promote health and well-being. At Wuxi High Mountain, we embrace these cultural traditions and integrate them into our company culture. By participating in these celebrations, we not only honor our heritage but also promote cultural awareness and unity among our employees and partners.

Company Culture and Humanitarian Care
Wuxi High Mountain is committed to creating a supportive and inclusive work environment. Our celebration of the Dragon Boat Festival is just one example of how we show our care for our employees’ well-being and cultural connection. We believe that such activities enhance team spirit and foster a sense of belonging, making our company a great place to work.

About the Dragon Boat Festival
The Dragon Boat Festival, also known as Duanwu Festival, is a traditional Chinese holiday that commemorates the life and death of the famous poet Qu Yuan. It is celebrated with various customs, such as dragon boat racing, eating zongzi, and hanging wormwood and calamus. These activities are believed to ward off evil and bring good luck and health.

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