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Fireworks On Chinese New Year 2009

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Fireworks On Chinese New Year 2009

25th January 2009

Photographer : Mr. Raymond Lee @2008 | Web Design : Vincent Yong



A firework is classified as a low explosive pyrotechnic device used primarily for aesthetic and entertainment purposes. The most common use of a firework is as part of a fireworks display. A fireworks event (also called a fireworks show or pyrotechnics) is a display of the effects produced by firework devices. Fireworks competitions are also regularly held at a number of places. Fireworks (devices) take many forms to produce the four primary effects: noise, light, smoke, and floating materials (confetti for example). They may be designed to burn with colored flames and sparks. Displays are common throughout the world and are the focal point of many cultural and religious celebrations.

Fireworks were originally invented in ancient China in the 12th century for entertainment purposes, as a natural extension of the Chinese invention of gunpowder. Such important events and festivities as Chinese New Year and the Mid-Autumn Moon Festival were and still are times when fireworks are guaranteed sights. China is the largest manufacturer and exporter of fireworks in the world.

Fireworks are generally classified as to where they perform, either as a ground or aerial firework. In the latter case they may provide their own propulsion (skyrocket) or be shot into the air by a mortar (aerial shell).

The most common feature of fireworks is a paper or pasteboard tube or casing filled with the combustible material, often pyrotechnic stars. A number of these tubes or cases are often combined so as to make, when kindled, a great variety of sparkling shapes, often variously colored. The skyrocket is a common form of firework, although the first skyrockets were used in war. The aerial shell, however, is the backbone of today’s commercial aerial display, and a smaller version for consumer use is known as the festival ball in the United States. Such rocket technology has also been used for the delivery of mail by rocket and is used as propulsion for most model rockets.

Improper use of fireworks may be dangerous, both to the person operating them (risks of burns and wounds) and to bystanders; in addition, they may start fires after landing on flammable material. For this reason, the use of fireworks is generally legally restricted. Display fireworks are restricted by law for use by professionals; consumer items, available to the public, are smaller versions containing limited amounts of explosive material to reduce potential dangers.


The earliest unequivocal documentation of fireworks dates back to 12th century China,[1] where they were first used to frighten away evil spirits with their loud sound (鞭炮/鞭砲 biān pào) and also to pray for happiness and prosperity.

Eventually, the art and science of firework making developed into an independent profession. In ancient China, pyrotechnicians (firework-masters) were well-respected for their knowledge and skill in mounting dazzling displays of light and sound. Fireworks may have also led to the use of military rockets in China. A record in 1264 states that the speed of the rocket-propelled ‘ground-rat’ firework frightened the Empress Dowager Gong Sheng during a feast held in her honor by her son Emperor Lizong of Song (r. 1224–1264). By the 14th century, rocket propulsion had become common in warfare, as evidenced by the Huolongjing compiled by Liu Ji (1311–1375) and Jiao Yu (fl. c. 1350–1412).

Since then, any event—a birth, wedding, coronation or New Year’s Eve celebration—has become a fitting occasion for noisemakers.

Amédée-François Frézier published a “Treatise on Fireworks” in 1706, covering the recreational and ceremonial uses of fireworks, rather than their military uses. The book became a standard text for fireworks makers.

Music for the Royal Fireworks was composed by George Frideric Handel in 1749 to celebrate the peace Treaty of Aix-la-Chapelle, which had been declared the previous year.

In the United States

America’s earliest settlers brought their enthusiasm for fireworks to the United States. Fireworks and black ash were used to celebrate important events long before the American Revolutionary War. The very first celebration of Independence Day was in 1777, six years before Americans knew whether the new nation would survive the war; fireworks were a part of all festivities. In 1789, George Washington’s inauguration was also accompanied by a fireworks display. This early fascination with their noise and color continues today.

In 2004, Disneyland in Anaheim, California, pioneered the commercial use of aerial fireworks launched with compressed air rather than gunpowder. The display shell explodes in the air using an electronic timer. The advantages of compressed air launch are a reduction in fumes, and much greater accuracy in height and timing.

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Clipsal Malaysia – Annual Dinner 2008

Clipsal Malaysia organized the Annual Dinner 2008 at Holiday Villa, Subang, Selangor, Malaysia on 23th August 2008. Professional Photographer, Raymond Lee captures most of the happiness moments of the dinner event, all in phototech.bf-1.com

Photographer : Mr. Raymond Lee  @2008 Web Design : Vincent Yong

About Clipsal Malaysia

Established since 1980, Clipsal (Malaysia) Sdn Bhd is the sales and marketing arm of Clipsal Group. It distributes “CLIPSAL” range of products in Malaysia. Clipsal Group is principally engaged in the manufacture and distribution of electrical wiring devices and installation systems (EWDIS) in Asia. It has a significant presence across Asia, with manufacturing operations in China, Malaysia, Indonesia and Vietnam and a sales network covering more than 15 countries in Asia. It is the sole and exclusive manufacturer and distributor of EWDIS products under the “CLIPSAL” brand in 31 countries in Asia.

CLIPSAL offers more than 20,000 different products across a broad range of domestic, data, industrial and automation products. Originated from Australia in 1920s, the “Clipsal” brand is Australia’s No. 1 brand of electrical accessories, Asia’s No.1 Brand in electrical installation products and top 5 in the world.

The very first Clipsal electrical accessory was an adjustable metal conduit fitting which was developed in 1920. Today, Clipsal Electrical Accessories is the umbrella which covers literally thousands of products, including the innovative 3000 Series and weather protected accessories. Clipsal’s extensive product range line now covers a great variety and advanced control switches, dimmer, sockets outlets, connection units, telecommunication accessories for home, hotel, industrial and commercial usage. Apart from these, Clipsal also provides a great variety and good quality ESM metal switches and sockets, weather proof accessories, PVC conduits and fittings, and other accessories such as junction box, mounting enclosures, metal wall boxes, plugs, adaptors, door chime, trailing sockets, safety cover, 56 series industrial switchgear, brass bars and links, mild and stainless steel enclosures, metal cable glands, molded equipment enclosures and so on.

Electronic Control System is a leading technology provider of value-added integrated solutions encompassing building control systems, monitoring and software integration and development. Its flagship product, C-Bus is an industry standard for applications such as power & energy management, lighting control and architectural dimming control, smart home applications, remote control, high power switching & demand shedding and is widely recognised as being one of the most feature-rich and cost-effective control system solutions in the world. With solutions ranging from power and lighting control, dimming, energy management, access control, CCTV, security, home automation, electrical safety and software, Electronic Control System can supply the system expected for modern commercial buildings and homes.

Dedicated to supplying end-to-end data communications and networking solutions, Datacomms has a series of widely accepted data communication solutions, ranging from structured cabling systems, networking equipment, data networking to wireless LAN solutions, catering for all scales of enterprises to SOHO (small office, home office). Our versatile products have been adopted in numerous major projects of diversified industries namely finance & banking, insurance, telecommunications, commerce, government, education and hotels. The newly launched ‘Clipsal Titanium’, a striking range of innovative products set to revolutionise the data communications market. With sleek, contemporary looks and exceptional performance designed for extended data transmission requirements, ‘Clipsal Titanium’ Patch Panels will set a new benchmark for structured cabling products.

A Clipsal Concept, ULTI is an innovative, easy and cost effective lighting-control solution that makes life in the home, office or hotel more stylish, convenient and convivial. The philosophy behind the ULTI system is simple: to let you create the moods you desire in any space easily and flexibly. Based on radio transmission technology (RF), the system allows you to control the environment, using a simple hand-held device, from the comfort of your room. Not only can you manipulate and orchestrate the lights from a single point, but the same device enables you to control many domestic electronic appliances. With ULTI’s breakthroughs in combining elegant designs with cutting edge intelligent technology, you’ll get the best in form and function, a timeless product, which could complement any interior styling. For ULTI, lights are not just for illumination. It is an expressive tool for your mood, for your desired ambience, breathing life into your ideal living.

Clipsal Malaysia Web Link : http://www.clipsal.com.my