In Pingsi, Taiwan, thousands of people fly "Sky Lanterns" on the 15th day of the new lunar year.  With the launcher's hopes and dreams written on the lantern, it is said that the higher the lantern goes, the closer it will come to God, and the better the chances that the wish will come true. (image by Neil Wade)
In Pingsi, Taiwan, thousands of people fly "Sky Lanterns" on the 15th day of the new lunar year. With the launcher's hopes and dreams written on the lantern, it is said that the higher the lantern goes, the closer it will come to God, and the better the chances that the wish will come true.
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