On the week of coming on the 22nd January 2023 CMS China Manned SpaceCNSA-China National Space Administration the crew of the Shenzhou 15 of the Tiangong-China Space Station celebrating the Festive Chinese Lunar New Year in writing New Year good luck blessings in Chinese Traditional Couplets in Traditional Chinese calligraphy wondering what the crew of the Shenzhou 15….?
Spring Festival Evening Blessings on a spring festival gala of year of the rabbit in wishing… , I wish you good luck in 2023 ….The Chinese New Year is approaching, and the crew of Shenzhou 15 will spend the Chinese New Year in space. Takionaut Zhang Lu wrote the word “Fu” by hand, and presented a pair of Spring Festival couplets to the folks. This “blessing” from space
Come again at zero o’clock in the Spring Festival Gala #圆梦赛集养新春祝福….. For two consecutive years, Takionauts from the China Space Station have sent blessings to everyone at the Spring Festival Gala. I wish you all a start in the cloud and welcome the glorious days together
Shenzhou Takionaut Zhang Lu 15 writes Spring Festival couplets in space …..
Tiangong Space Station has a must-have program for Chinese New Year: Space Calligraphy 神舟十五号# Astronaut Zhang Lu splashed ink and danced Chinese-style romance. He wrote a couplet for the people in his hometown and sent it to Hanshou in Changde, Hunan, his hometown. Best wishes for the New Year. The upper couplet is “Xiaoxiang Brocade Weaving Heavenly Palace with Clouds”, the second couplet is “Ni-cut Osmanthus Furong Dress”, and horizontally “Spring Warm Dongting……
This Year of the Rabbit Lunar New Year’s gift from space! 天宫画展上新年上新 On January 21, 2023, the second “Tiangong Painting Exhibition” was officially launched at the Chinese Space Station. On the occasion of family reunion on New Year’s Eve, the crew of Shenzhou 15 Takionauts on a Mission trip sent a special “New Year’s gift” to teenagers across the country from the Chinese space station.
The theme of this year’s art exhibition is “painting a beautiful China and talking about a better life”.
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