• World Consumer Rights Day
    World Consumer Rights Day Mar 15, 2023
    World Consumer Rights Day   World Consumer Rights Day, which is celebrated on March 15 every year, was established by the International Consumer Union in 1983 with the aim of broadening awareness of the protection of consumer rights and interests, promoting cooperation and interaction between national and regional consumer organizations, and better protecting consumer rights and interests on an international scale.   Every year since 1987, consumer organizations throughout China have joined forces with all relevant departments to organize grand commemorative events on March 15. These events have been held in various forms to publicize the laws and regulations on consumer protection and their achievements, and to promote the interest and support of the whole society in the protection of consumer rights and interests. The "315 International Day of Consumer Rights and Interests" has become a far-reaching social event with a wide social impact.   The main content of the Consumer Rights Day: 1. Provide information to consumers, educate them and improve their awareness and ability to defend their rights and interests. 2. Handle consumer complaints and help consumers recover their losses. 3. Collect consumers' opinions and provide feedback to companies. 4. Create public opinion, publicize consumers' rights and create public pressure to improve consumers' position. 5. Participate in the formulation of national or governmental laws and policies concerning consumers and request the government to establish a consumer administrative system to deal with consumer issues. 6. To establish consumer groups to establish consumer sovereignty. 7. To strengthen international consumer groups and cooperation.
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  • Awakening of Insects
    Awakening of Insects Mar 06, 2023
    Awakening of Insects The Chinese solar calendar divides the year into 24 solar terms, with Awakening of Insects being the third. It falls on March 6 and lasts until March 20th this year. Awakening of Insects marks the start of spring and brings a rise in temperature and rainfall, waking animals from their winter slumber. It is also an essential time for farmers to start spring agricultural activities. During this solar term, the sound of spring thunder can be heard. In China, there is a saying that if the first thunder comes before Awakening of Insects, there will be abnormal weather that year. Spring thunder occurs because the earth becomes humid, and hot air rises, creating frequent winds. This period is also crucial for weather forecasting. The Awakening of Insects is a busy time for farmers as it marks the beginning of the busiest time for  agricultural work. The temperature rises above 10 degree Celsius, and there is an increase in sunshine, providing good natural conditions for farming. As old Chinese sayings go, ”once the Awakening of Insects comes, spring ploughing  never rests.”
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  • Lantern Festival
    Lantern Festival Feb 03, 2023
    Lantern Festival   February 5th, 2023 is Chinese Lantern Festival.   On this day, Chinese people have many interesting activities.   Eating Tangyuan Eating Tangyuan is an important tradition for the Lantern Festival. Tangyuan, also know as yuanxiao, is a Chinese food made from glutinous rice flour mixed with a small amount of water to form balls and is then cooked and served in boiling water.   Lighting lanterns Decorating and hanging lanterns is the main tradition of the festival, with lanterns big and small hung around households, parks, streets and other public spaces. Red lanterns of various shape and type will attract countless visitors to watch.   Lion dances The lion dance is one of the oldest traditions to celebrate the Chinese New Year. In ancient times, people regarded the lion as a symbol of bravery and strength and believed the dance could drive away bad fortune to protect people and their livestock. The custom has continued to the modern day and lion dances are performed at important events on the Chinese calendar, such as the Lantern Festival, to bring good luck.   Lantern riddles Solving riddles on lanterns has been a popular tradition since the Song Dynasty. People write riddles on paper and stick them to the lanterns and if someone guesses correctly, they can pull the riddle off. The notes often contain messages of good fortune and wishes.   JADEVER wishes everyone a Happy Lantern Festival.
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  • Spring Festival Holiday Celebration
    Spring Festival Holiday Celebration Jan 12, 2023
    Spring Festival Holiday Celebration   Please note that JADEVER Spring Festival Holiday will begin from Jan. 15th to Jan. 29th.   The Spring Festival is the most important festival for the Chinese people and is when all family members get together, just like Christmas in the West.   All people living away from home go back, becoming the busiest time for transportation systems of about half a month from the Spring Festival. Airports, railway stations and long-distance bus stations are crowded with home returnees.   Store owners are busy as everybody goes out to purchase necessities for the New Year. Materials not only include edible oil, rice, flour, chicken, duck, fish and meat, but also fruit, candies and kinds of nuts. What's more, various decorations, new clothes and shoes for the children as well as gifts for the elderly, friends and relatives, are all on the list of purchasing.   Before the New Year comes, the people completely clean the indoors and outdoors of their homes as well as their clothes, bedclothes and all their utensils.   Then people begin decorating their clean rooms featuring an atmosphere of rejoicing and festivity. All the door panels will be pasted with Spring Festival couplets, highlighting Chinese calligraphy with black characters on red paper. The content varies from house owners' wishes for a bright future to good luck for the New Year. Also, pictures of the god of doors and wealth will be posted on front doors to ward off evil spirits and welcome peace and abundance.   People attach great importance to Spring Festival Eve. At that time, all family members eat dinner together. After the dinner, the whole family will sit together, chatting and watching TV. In recent years, the Spring Festival party broadcast on China Central Television Station (CCTV) is essential entertainment for the Chinese both at home and abroad.   Waking up on New Year, everybody dresses up. They extend greetings to their parents. Then each child will get money as a New Year gift, wrapped up in red paper.   Chinese Spring Festival is the festival of saying goodbye to the old and welcoming the new. And JADEVER wishes everyone will have a good holiday.
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  • Minor Cold
    Minor Cold Jan 05, 2023
    Minor Cold Minor Cold is the 23 solar term and happens on January 5 to January 7 when the sun reaches the celestial longitude of 285 degrees. To China, “Minor Cold” indicates the weather starts to enter the coldest days”.   During Minor Cold, most areas in China have entered the bitter cold stage of winter. The ground and rivers are frozen. The cold air from the north moves southward continuously.   During Minor Cold, people start stocking New Year goods, which include Spring Festival couplets, New Year pictures, paper-cuts for window decoration, fire crackers, incense and lanterns.   Although the name “Minor Cold” implies that it is not as cold as the next festival “Minor Cold”. According to Chinese meteorological data, Minor Cold is the lowest temperature period of the year, and there is also the ancient saying “cold in the Sanjiu period”.   “Sanjiu period” refers to the third nine-day period (the 19th-27th days) after the day of the Winter Solstice, which is in Minor Cold. Actually, Minor Cold is normally the coldest period of winter. It is important to keep warm during this period.   Generally, Minor Cold is the coldest period in China, which is the best time for exercising and improving one’s physique. To keep warm, Chinese children have special games to play, such as hoop rolling and the cockfighting game.   JADEVER reminds all colleagues and customers to keep warm and exercise properly.
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  • New Year, New Start——2023
    New Year, New Start——2023 Dec 30, 2022
    New Year, New Start——2023 “Yuan Dan” falls on January 1st of the Gregorian calendar. “Yuan Dan”, also known as New Year's Day, it is one of the traditional holidays in China. On New Year's Day, there are various customary activities with special characteristics. 1. firecrackers Firecrackers is a traditional Chinese folklore, has a history of more than two thousand years. It is said to drive away a monster called the year. 2. Ancestor worship Ancestor worship is a grand folklore activity. The form of ancestor worship varies according to the rituals of different places. The Chinese do not forget to pay respects to their ancestors during the holidays. 3. Eat dumplings Dumplings are a must-have food on New Year's Day, with a history of more than 1,800 years, to take the meaning of "the new year's handover". Dumplings are a representative of Chinese cuisine. By today, New Year's Day has become a regular holiday, usually with activities organized by groups, such as New Year's Day gala, hanging banners celebrating New Year's Day, or holding group activities. Most rural areas retain the traditional Chinese way of celebrating New Year's Day, where families gather together to celebrate the festival every New Year's Day. Please notice that JADEVER has a three-day holiday from Dec. 31st to Jan. 2nd. Wish everyone will have a nice holiday!
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  • JADEVER 36th Anniversary Celebration
    JADEVER 36th Anniversary Celebration Dec 12, 2022
    JADEVER 36th Anniversary Celebration   Looking back, JADEVER has passed 36 years, and JADEVER employees have been tenaciously cultivating and sowing seeds in this new era of rapid development through continuous practice and learning.   Until today, JADEVER has been doing better and better in the field of electronic scales, ranking among the top.   JADEVER is a company with passion, an enterprise with dream, a group with mission, and a platform of integration and kindness.   In JADEVER, employees create their own values, stimulate endless potential in their work, burst forth with inspiration and shine in a different light.   JADEVER has humanistic care. On this special day, every employee was given a hearty breakfast, a fresh apple, a big red packet and various reward prizes when conducting the morning meeting.   JADEVER big family takes group photos and shares the anniversary cake together. Everyone will grow together with JADEVER in the future.
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  • Major Snow
    Major Snow Dec 07, 2022
    Major Snow   The traditional Chinese lunar calendar divides the year into 24 solar terms. Major Snow, the 21st solar term of the year, begins this year on Dec 7. During Major Snow, the snow becomes heavy and begins to accumulate on the ground. The temperature drops significantly. Here are six things you should know about Major Snow. 1. Snowy winter The snow in North China may last a whole day, breaking tree branches and blocking the road. The natural scenery is "hundreds of leagues ice-bound go over thousands of leagues fly snow". In the south, snowflakes fall and the world turns white. A proverb about the snow says, "A timely snow promises a good harvest". As the snow covers the ground, the low winter temperature kills pests. 2. Appreciating plum blossoms Plum blossoms usually flower in mid-to-late December in some southern cities of China, and sometimes bloom even earlier. The plum blossom, which originated in China, is revered in Chinese culture for its resilience during severe winters. Along with the pine and bamboo, the plum blossom is considered one of the Three Friends of Winter. 3. Eating lamb Lamb is a favorite food for Chinese people during Major Snow. It’s excellent for nourishing the body, promoting blood circulation and providing protection against the cold. People in Chongqing like to have potted lamb soup or stewed lamb soup with their families and friends. Nanjing residents like to stew lamb with yams or wolfberries to make it more nutritious. 4. Making sausages During Major Snow, people in southern China, including Nanjing, Hangzhou, Hefei and Chongqing, make sausages, an important part of preparation for Spring Festival. 5. Eating porridge Hot porridge could help warm you and nourish your body in cold weather. In China, it’s customary to eat red bean porridge on the first day of the Major Snow and eight-treasure porridge on the eighth day of the last month of the lunar year. In addition, there are other varieties such as wheat porridge, sesame porridge, radish porridge, walnut porridge and tuckahoe porridge. 6. Preventing respiratory illness During this period, Chinese people watch for outbreaks of respiratory illness, which can be prevented by wearing a warm scarf to protect the neck and properly drinking water. During Major Snow, it’s drier and colder, so people should drink more water. But you should not drink too much water at once. At the same time, don't drink cold water after exercise.
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