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  • Thes lanterns air everywhere during traditional festivals like Chinese New Year.

  • And 80% of these vendors in China are made in this little village called Quinto.

  • Two hours by train from Beijing.

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  • Suze Lenders air sold across China and even in Southeast Asian countries where Chinese communities celebrating traditional holidays, the village of Quinto makes more than 80 million lanterns a year and brings in about $160 million from the business.

  • But how did this small village become the lantern capital of China?

  • Local lord goes that it started over 300 years ago, the village leader discovered a skilled land, her master, and decided to have him make a lantern as a gift for the Emperor.

  • The Emperor was impressed.

  • And that's how the town became famous for its lander.

  • Although there's no official historical record of this story, it continues to be a famous legend known across China.

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  • But rising demand also means that workshops in Twin Tower can't keep making them entirely by hand anymore.

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