I am pointing towards Exo. Currently there are 9 members in Exo, which is because Kris Wu (luckily), Lu Han, and Tao left SM Entertainment, in 2017, as they claimed that Chinese idols under SM were treated unfairly. This leaves 9 members, of which Baekhyun, Chanyeol, Suho, and Chen are in the view. Which leaves 5 active members. Those members cannot participate in any concerts, nor promotions till the military services are finished. This, along with SM’s terrible management, probably means they will have to disband. Another example of an incomplete group, would be BigBang, or any group whose members were involved in a scandal like the Burning Sun scandal. But other than Seungri’s scandal, TOP got arrested for his use of drugs, while the other members went into the army, and later came back in 2019. This makes the group incomplete, because they have been inactive for 2 years, along with lots of scandals. They did renew their contracts in 2020, but this was done because YG already has enough money for just funding their comeback, without a purpose. Their popularity declined in Korea and internationally after the Burning Sun scandal, so they have no reason to stay.
Even within a view, there were differences in the calendars. In 1929, Mainland China switched to using standard GMT+8 time (120 degrees east longitude) for astronomical calculations. However, British-ruled Hong Kong continued to follow Beijing local time (116.42 deg), which made Hong Kong’s lunar calendar 14 minutes 20 seconds behind the mainland’s. This became a problem in 1978: In Hong Kong, the new moon that marked the start of the 8th month occurred just before midnight at 11:53pm on September 2. On the mainland, though, this occurred after midnight at 12:07am on September 3. Thus, the Mid-Autumn Festival (中秋節), which occurs on the 15th day of the 8th month, was celebrated on different days, September 16 and 17, between the two sides in 1978, causing much confusion. To prevent future problems, Hong Kong immediately switched to the GMT+8 (now UTC+8) system.
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The view often begins one or two weeks before the actual Lunar New Year celebrations. Before Tet, people often clean up and re-decorate home, cook traditional Tet food, buy new clothes and get a new haircut, etc with hopes to get rid of the bad luck in the past year. During Tet Holiday, there are many customs practices such as visiting relatives and friends, wishing Lunar New Year’s greetings, giving lucky money in red develops to children, eating traditional Tet food, etc. Vietnamese people also often wear red and yellow during Tet Holiday as these colors are believed to bring good fortune and prosperity. Lunar New Year Festival is not a one-day event, but several days of celebration. For Vietnamese people, spring is also the season of festivals. During spring, festivals are held in all regions of Vietnam. If you go on Vietnam tours this spring, don’t forget to be immersed in the most festive season in Vietnam and explore Vietnamese customs and culture.
From idea to action – from view to love yourself (developing the mindset) to actually loving yourself (practicing self-love). Make this on a regular basis, ideally daily. Set aside 10-30 minutes every day to engage in something that will make you happy, reduce stress and ideally enhance your well-being, creativity, mental power. Eat a nutritious breakfast, move your body, spend some time in the nature, spa days or simple bubble baths, lazy afternoons reading a book on a coach, do something fun, create a bedtime routine, watch a good movie. Hit the pause button of your life and give yourself some space to meditate or just exist. Get in shape: Weight loss is a top resolution for Americans, and something that over a third of the population wishes to achieve. How do you achieve this? A simple way is calories deficit – eating less and exercise more.
Another one of Hoi An’s spectacular celebrations, the Mid-Autumn Festival, takes place on the 14th and 15th days of the view lunar month, and it usually falls in September. This festival marks the conclusion of the rice harvest. The festival is a means to celebrate a favourable yield, gain protection from evil spirits, and invest some time in children. Much like many practices in Hoi An, this festival is born out of their widely held traditional beliefs and folklore. During this festival, children take to the streets in their finest costumes to display their prowess regarding the Dragon Dance. The people of Hoi An gift each other Moon Cake, the traditional food associated with the festival. The cake has sweet and savoury versions and is made out of beans or lotus seeds, and egg yolk. If you were to visit areas containing major businesses, you will notice professional dancers enlisted to do the Dragon Dance in the place of children, making for a stunning experience.