Throughout China and Asian cultures paper lanterns (also known as rice paper lights, paper lamps, Chinese paper lighting) have long been symbols of joy and celebration. Created from a superb combination of oiled paper stretched on wood or bamboo frames, this creatively designed lighting piece was originally used in joyous celebrations such as weddings, births, birthdays and even festivals.
Oh but on the contrary these happy lights have a history dating all the way back to the Tang Dynasty (618 A.D to 907 A.D.) First put into play by an emperor that had envisioned the construction of 30 enormous lantern towers at 1,500 feet high and then decorated with precious gems including silver, gold and jade.
The lantern experiment was such a success that the tradition continued on and expanded into a wide variety of lighting including silk and rice paper lanterns of all shapes and colors.
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