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Jun 09 ,2014 Writen By: iBeautyMachine.com Leading aesthetic device factory

Shipping Notice on Mid-autumn Festival from Sep.5th to Sep.8th

We will be on Mid-autumn Festival from Sep. 6th to 8th, then all the orders placed during those three days will be arranged the shipment from our warehouse on Sep. 9th.

Dear Customers,

Thanks for choosing us!

We will be on Mid-autumn Festival from Sep. 6th to 8th, then all the orders placed during those three days will be arranged the shipment from our warehouse on Sep. 9th.

Orders placed from Sep. 3th to 5th has been arranged the shipment from our warehouse, but due to the holiday, our logistic company will also be on holiday, we will arrange the DHL shipment for you on Sep. 9th, and will email you the DHL tracking number right now after we get it.

Orders placed from August 30th to Sep. 2th has been shipped by DHL, the DHL company will also be on holiday, it will be taken by the flight on Sep. 8th.

All the customers, please wait patiently for those orders.

Any questions about the shipment and after-sell service, you can leave message or send email to us. After the holiday, we will response to you ASAP.

 

About Mid-Autumn Festival

The Mid-Autumn Festival (traditional Chinese: 中秋節; simplified Chinese: 中秋节; pinyin: zhōngqiū jié; Vietnamese: Tết Trung Thu) is a popular harvest festival celebrated by Chinese and Vietnamese people.The festival is held on the 15th day of the eighth month in the Chinese calendar, during a full moon, which is in September or early October in the Gregorian calendar, close to the autumnal equinox.
The Government of the People's Republic of China listed the festival as an "intangible cultural heritage" in 2006, and it was made a Chinese public holiday in 2008. It is also a public holiday in Taiwan. Among the Vietnamese, it is considered the second most important holiday tradition. The day following Mid-Autumn Festival is a public holiday in Hong Kong and Macau (the festival day itself is not a holiday in Hong Kong and Macau, the logic is that most celebrations are held at night).

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