• Notice: Dragon Boat Festival Holiday in 2024
    Notice: Dragon Boat Festival Holiday in 2024 Jun 07, 2024
    Notice: Dragon Boat Festival Holiday in 2024   Dear customers and staff, We are pleased to inform you that the Dragon Boat Festival holiday in 2024 will be observed on June 8th (Saturday) to June 10th (Monday). As a result, our company will be closed on these three days to allow everyone to celebrate this traditional Chinese festival with their families and loved ones. Please make necessary arrangements to ensure that all pending tasks are completed before the holiday. We encourage everyone to use this time to relax, recharge, and enjoy the festivities of the Dragon Boat Festival.   Regular office operations will resume on June 11th (Tuesday). We wish you all a joyful and fulfilling Dragon Boat Festival holiday.   Thank you for your attention.   Best regards, [JADEVER]
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  • Notice of May Day Holiday Closure in 2024
    Notice of May Day Holiday Closure in 2024 Apr 30, 2024
    Notice of May Day Holiday Closure in 2024 Dear Valued Customers, We would like to inform you that our office will be closed for the May Day holiday from May 1st (Wednesday) to May 5th (Sunday), 2024. Normal business operations will resume on May 6th (Monday), 2024.   During this period, our customer service and support teams will not be available. Any inquiries or requests received during the holiday will be addressed promptly upon our return.   We apologize for any inconvenience this may cause and appreciate your understanding. Thank you for your continued support and partnership.   Best regards, Jadever
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  • How the electronic scale industry can develop further
    How the electronic scale industry can develop further Mar 29, 2024
    How the electronic scale industry can develop further As the demand for weighing and counting continues to rise, the electronic scale industry is experiencing significant growth and evolution. In recent years, electronic scales have transformed from simple weight measurement devices to advanced tools. Furthermore, the integration of Bluetooth and Wi-Fi connectivity in electronic scales has allowed users to seamlessly sync their data with mobile apps, enabling them to track their progress and set goals more effectively. This connectivity has also opened up new possibilities for remote monitoring applications. Another trend shaping the electronic scale industry is the focus on design and user experience. Manufacturers are now offering sleek, modern designs that blend seamlessly into home decor, as well as intuitive interfaces that make the scales easy to use for consumers of all ages. Looking ahead, we can expect the electronic scale industry to continue innovating and expanding. Technologies such as artificial intelligence and machine learning may be incorporated to provide more personalized health insights. There may also be a greater emphasis on sustainability, with manufacturers exploring eco-friendly materials and manufacturing processes. Overall, the electronic scale industry is poised for continued growth as consumers prioritize industrial trade. By staying attuned to consumer needs and technological advancements, manufacturers can drive further innovation and shape the future of this dynamic industry.
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  • Jadever Lunar New Year Holiday Notice
    Jadever Lunar New Year Holiday Notice Feb 01, 2024
    Dear customers,   As the Lunar New Year is approaching, JADEVER Company would like to send you our warmest seasonal greetings. We sincerely appreciate your support and trust in us over the past year.   We are writing to notify you of the upcoming holiday closure arrangements for the Lunar New Year: Holiday time: February 6, 2024 to February 17, 2024, a total of 12 days. In order to ensure the continuity of work, our company will go to work on February 4, 2024 and February 18, 2024 as normal.   We will make every effort to ensure uninterrupted services during the holidays. Please help us serve you better by arranging relevant business needs ahead of the break whenever possible.   If you need anything during our vacation, we will provide you with the necessary support upon our return.   We greatly appreciate your understanding and wish you and your family a joyous Lunar New Year with prosperity and good fortune in the new year!   Sincerely, JADEVER Company
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  • Celebrating New Beginnings: New Year's Day and Holiday Notice
    Celebrating New Beginnings: New Year's Day and Holiday Notice Dec 28, 2023
    Celebrating New Beginnings: New Year's Day and Holiday Notice Dear Readers, As we bid farewell to the old year and welcome the new, it's time to celebrate the joyous occasion of New Year's Day! This annual event is not only a time for reflection and resolutions but also a moment to relax and rejuvenate. In this blog post, we would like to extend our warm wishes for the upcoming year and share some important information regarding the holiday break. New Year's Day, also known as January 1st, marks the beginning of the new calendar year in many cultures worldwide. It is a day filled with hope, excitement, and a sense of renewal. It serves as a reminder that no matter how challenging the previous year might have been, there is always a fresh start waiting just around the corner. As we embark on this new journey, let us take a moment to reflect on the lessons learned, the achievements gained, and the growth experienced throughout the past year. It is also an opportunity to set new goals, dream bigger dreams, and strive for personal and professional excellence. In observance of this festive occasion, we would like to inform you about our holiday break schedule. Our offices will be closed from December 30th to January 1st, during which time our team will be taking a well-deserved break to spend time with their loved ones and recharge for the upcoming year. We apologize for any inconvenience this may cause and assure you that we will resume our normal operations promptly on January 4th. During this holiday break, we encourage you to take some time for yourself as well. It's a chance to unwind, engage in activities you enjoy, and spend quality time with family and friends. Whether you choose to travel, read a book, explore new hobbies, or simply relax at home, we hope you make the most of this well-deserved break. As we enter the New Year, we would like to express our heartfelt gratitude for your continued support and trust in our services. We are committed to providing you with even better experiences, innovative solutions, and valuable content throughout the coming year. On behalf of the entire team, we wish you a Happy New Year filled with joy, good health, prosperity, and success in all your endeavors. May this year bring you closer to your dreams and aspirations. Thank you for being a part of our journey. We look forward to serving you in the year ahead. Warmest regards, Jadever
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  • Winter Solstice Customs and Activities: Celebrating the Changing Seasons
    Winter Solstice Customs and Activities: Celebrating the Changing Seasons Dec 22, 2023
    Winter Solstice Customs and Activities: Celebrating the Changing Seasons The winter solstice, observed on December 22nd, is a significant event celebrated in various cultures around the world. As the shortest day and longest night of the year in the Northern hemisphere, this natural phenomenon is marked by unique customs and activities that reflect the diverse traditions and beliefs of different regions. In China, the winter solstice is a time for family reunions and feasting. Families gather to prepare and enjoy special dishes like tangyuan, a type of glutinous rice ball. These round dumplings symbolize togetherness and are often shared among loved ones. Additionally, some Chinese communities honor their ancestors during this time by offering food and prayers at ancestral altars. Another fascinating tradition is winter swimming, where brave individuals take a dip in icy waters to invigorate their bodies and promote good health. In Japan, the winter solstice is known as "Tōji." One of the most prominent customs is the taking of yuzu baths. Yuzu, a citrus fruit, is believed to have purifying and healing properties. People enjoy soaking in hot baths with yuzu fruits floating in the water, which is said to ward off colds and bring good luck. Alongside this, Japan also celebrates the winter solstice with delicious seasonal foods such as red bean soup and roasted sweet potatoes. In Scandinavia, the winter solstice is celebrated with the festival of Yule. This ancient tradition involves lighting candles and fires to symbolize the return of light and warmth. The Yule log, a large wooden log burned throughout the night, is a central element of the festivities. It is believed to ward off evil spirits and bring good fortune for the coming year. Families come together to exchange gifts, share meals, and partake in traditional dances and songs. In South America, specifically in the Andean region, the winter solstice is known as Inti Raymi. This Incan festival celebrates the sun god Inti and marks the agricultural new year. Colorful processions, music, and dance performances take place, paying homage to the sun and expressing gratitude for a bountiful harvest. People gather on hilltops or ancient ruins to witness the sunrise and offer their prayers and wishes. The winter solstice is a time of celebration and reflection, a moment where cultures come alive with their unique customs. Whether it's expressing gratitude for the past year or looking forward to the return of longer days, this annual event connects people worldwide through their shared experiences of the changing seasons. As we embrace the winter solstice, let us appreciate the rich tapestry of customs and activities that remind us of our connection to nature and each other, fostering a sense of unity and celebration across the globe.
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  • Halloween - A Celebration of All Things Spooky
    Halloween - A Celebration of All Things Spooky Oct 31, 2023
    Halloween - A Celebration of All Things Spooky Halloween, also known as All Hallows' Eve, is a widely celebrated holiday that originated from ancient Celtic traditions. It is observed on the evening of October 31st, right before All Saints' Day. Halloween has evolved into a fun-filled occasion filled with costumes, decorations, parties, and the quintessential tradition of trick-or-treating. In this blog post, we will explore the origins, customs, and modern-day festivities associated with Halloween. The Origins of Halloween: Halloween can be traced back to the ancient Celtic festival of Samhain. The Celts believed that on the night of October 31st, the boundary between the living and the dead became blurred, allowing spirits to roam the earth. To ward off these spirits, people would light bonfires and wear costumes to disguise themselves. Halloween Traditions: a. Costumes and Dressing Up: One of the most exciting aspects of Halloween is the opportunity to dress up as our favorite characters, monsters, or creatures. Whether it's a cute animal costume, a spooky ghost outfit, or a wicked witch ensemble, the possibilities are endless. b. Jack-o'-Lanterns: Carving pumpkins into Jack-o'-Lanterns is a popular Halloween tradition. People hollow out pumpkins, carve spooky or funny faces into them, and place candles inside to create an eerie glow. c. Trick-or-Treating: Children (and even some adults) eagerly go door-to-door, dressed in costumes, and say the famous phrase, "Trick or treat!" They receive candies and treats from generous neighbors who open their doors to them. It's a delightful way to celebrate and indulge in some sugary delights. d. Haunted Houses and Parties: Halloween-themed parties and haunted houses have become increasingly popular. People gather to enjoy spooky decorations, scary stories, haunted mazes, and other thrilling experiences that ignite their imagination and give them an adrenaline rush. Halloween Around the World: While Halloween is predominantly celebrated in North America, its popularity has spread worldwide. In many countries, similar celebrations take place with their own unique cultural twists. For example, Mexico celebrates Día de los Muertos (Day of the Dead), a vibrant and colorful celebration honoring deceased loved ones. Halloween and Pop Culture: Halloween has become deeply ingrained in popular culture, inspiring movies, TV shows, books, music, and even video games. Countless horror films, such as "Halloween" and "Nightmare on Elm Street," have become iconic staples of the holiday season. Halloween is a time when people of all ages can embrace their inner child and enjoy the thrill of all things spooky. From its ancient Celtic roots to modern-day festivities, Halloween continues to captivate and enchant people around the world. So, put on your favorite costume, carve a pumpkin, and immerse yourself in the magic of Halloween!
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  • Transitioning into Autumn: Celebrating the Arrival of Liqiu
    Transitioning into Autumn: Celebrating the Arrival of Liqiu Aug 04, 2023
    Transitioning into Autumn: Celebrating the Arrival of Liqiu   As the scorching heat of summer gradually gives way to cooler temperatures, we find ourselves on the threshold of a new season - autumn. In the traditional Chinese lunar calendar, the beginning of autumn is marked by the festival of Liqiu. This blog post aims to explore the significance of Liqiu and the transition from summer to autumn.   Liqiu, which translates to "beginning of autumn," is one of the 24 solar terms in the Chinese calendar. It usually falls around August 7th each year. This solar term signifies the start of autumn and the transition from the peak of summer to the gentle coolness of autumn.   Observing Changes in Nature: During Liqiu, we can observe various changes in nature that indicate the arrival of autumn. Leaves begin to change their colors, turning from vibrant green to shades of red, orange, and yellow. The air becomes crisper, and we may notice the arrival of migratory birds as they prepare for their long journey to warmer regions.   Harvest and Gratitude: Autumn is a season closely associated with harvest and abundance. Liqiu reminds us to express gratitude for the bountiful fruits and vegetables that nature provides us. It is a time to appreciate the hard work of farmers and reflect on the importance of sustainable agricultural practices.   Health and Wellness: In Traditional Chinese Medicine, each season is associated with specific elements and their impact on our physical and mental well-being. Autumn is related to the lung and large intestine meridians, highlighting the importance of nourishing these organs during this time. It is a good opportunity to adjust our diet and engage in activities that support our immune system.   Cultural Traditions: Liqiu is also a time for various cultural traditions and activities. People often gather to enjoy mooncakes, a traditional pastry filled with sweet or savory fillings, during the Mid-Autumn Festival, which usually falls around Liqiu. Additionally, many people take this time to visit scenic spots and appreciate the beautiful autumn scenery.   As Liqiu heralds the arrival of autumn, it brings with it a sense of change, gratitude, and reflection. It is a time to appreciate the beauty of nature's transformations and to take care of our health and well-being. By embracing the essence of Liqiu, we can fully immerse ourselves in the spirit of autumn and all it has to offer.
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