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The second New Year celebrations of 2020 are coming up, which will see us wave goodbye to the pig and welcome the year of the humble mouse.
From the 16th until the 31st of January, our hard-working production personnel will be off to enjoy a well-deserved break. Therefore, PCB production will cease during this period. PCB assembly orders will continue processing until the 20th. To spare disappointment and have the best chance of being dispatched before the holiday period, please observe the estimated production time and place orders as soon as possible.
- Working days are considered weekdays, Monday to Friday (GMT+8 Beijing Time), and the production time does not include delays caused by issues with the files.
- We will do our best to deliver your orders on time, but please take note that before and after the holiday is a busy period, and there may be unforeseen delays.
- Orders can still be placed over the holiday period but will begin processing on the 1st of February.
Did you know?
The Chinese Spring Festival or Lunar New Year sees the largest mass migration of people on the planet. Millions make the long journey across China to celebrate with friends and family. At this time of year, along the with infamous images of travel chaos comes bursts of red decor, home-made delicacies and of course red packets.
The occasion is being celebrated in more and more regions around the globe by one-fifth of the world population – if there are some dancing lions in your area, be sure not to miss out.
Also, the rat symbolizes strong vitality and the year of the rat is the first in the 12-year Chinese Zodiac cycle. So 2020 is the beginning of a new decade and a new zodiac cycle. The next time that will happen is in 2080.
Until next time – Happy Chinese New Year!