PEACHTREE CITY, USA – Aventure Aviation joins those around the world celebrating the Chinese New Year, which starts January 22. Also known as the Lunar New Year or the Spring Festival, 2023 is the Year of the Rabbit. Known as the luckiest of the lunar calendar’s twelve animals, the rabbit is also a symbol of intellect and cautiousness.
The new year is when families traditionally come together, which has been especially valued since the worldwide pandemic.
“It’s a time for family reunion, but this new year will have a special meaning for people in China,” said Aventure account executive, Wei Sun. “People more than ever want to be with their family members.”
“Aventure Aviation wishes everyone a happy New Year, and hopes everyone is able to have a safe, prosperous, year full of good fortune,” said Liu (Jason) Guibin, Aventure’s Beijing-based customer support manager for China.