Chinese Lunar New Year greetings

The Year of the Rat (or Mouse) is upon us.

We’ve put together a brief video to help celebrate along with people around the world.

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Click on the image to go to the video. And when you’re on the video page you can also download it as a screensaver by clicking below the video where indicated in both English and Chinese.

Comments (2)

Norman (Long Beach, California, United States):

This should be a good year for Boeing and China.
The number eight is a lucky number particularly
with 2008, and the 787 and with China's forwarding
economy and the rising and more mobile middle class,
the orders and options for the 787 and other Boeing planes will come. Nice video.

Paulo M (Johannesburg, RSA):

The Pacific Aero Products Company was founded in 1916 - the year of the Fire Dragon!
Character traits - Good: Resourceful, Self-Assured, Adaptable, Original (Forever New Frontiers!), Valiant, Enthusiastic. Bad: Arrogant, Hot-Headed, Unpredictable (Good or Bad?), Critical, Irritable, Rude.
This is important, because every single company has a unique 'Company Culture'.

Currently, there is a Forty-Year anniversary period playing out on a very special and timeless program - the 747 - which, incidentally, is coinciding with the development of the latest bird - the 747-8. That period began in 2005 - coinciding with the launch of the 747-8. 40 years earlier Juan Trippe told William Allen: "Hell, if you build it, I'll buy it." And Allen responded: "If you buy it, I'll buy it." Saturday is the 39th anniversary of its maiden flight - in the year of the Earth Rooster. Around 40 years ago from the current date, the Incredibles were on their way to putting the first one together in just 16 months.

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