- aWow, there are so many lanterns to appreciate. Now, I can see why it's called the Lantern Festival. It deserves its name.
- bYeah. People always enjoy the lighted lanterns and the gala performances.
- aWhat are they doing over there? People keep on gathering there.
- bDid you notice the characters on the lanterns?
- aSure. But you know that I can't read any Chinese characters. What do they say?
- bThey are puzzles. It's a tradition to solve the puzzles on the lanterns during the Lantern Festival.
- aVery interesting. But I'm afraid we'd better do something else. Hey, look! There is a huge lantern there. Let's get close to it.
- bIt's really eye-catching. It's the biggest dragon lantern I've ever seen in all my life.
- aReally? Then I'm really lucky. Oh, it's spewing fireworks from its huge mouth.
- bVery impressive. It's made of glass which makes it even brighter.
- aThere are many Chinese characters on its body, too. What are they about? Puzzles?
- bLet me have a look. Oh, no. They are Chinese poems which describe this happy scene.