Brighten up any pathway or corner with our LED glowing Asian lanterns - a great decorative item for indoor and outdoor settings. We offer two sizes of paper glowing lanterns: 8-inch diameter and 12-inch diameter. Choose the size to fit your needs. Just insert 3 AAA batteries into any size of our Asian glowing lanterns to receive approximately 12 hours of beautiful light. A convenient switch at the bottom of the lanterns makes them easy to turn them on and off. These wonderful glowing lanterns from Asia can either be hung from a ceiling or placed on a flat surface. Use these colorful lanterns for weddings and outdoor events by hanging them from trees or lines. Additionally, they will bring to life any indoor area, where many decorative uses are available. Light up your indoor or outdoor decor today with one or more of our fabulous LED lanterns from Asia.
In China, orange symbolizes change and uncertainty. It is also associated with Buddhism and Hinduism, largely because Buddhist monks tend to wear orange robes. This orange glowing lantern will provide fabulous decor in any room of your home.
In China, green is the symbol of growth and of harmony. It is associated with the spring, when plants burst back to life, producing a lush landscape of rejuvenation and life. Green is also associated with the element of wood and of the rain.
In China, as in many places around the world, purple was long considered an imperial color. It reflected spiritual awareness and strength. Purple was associated with Polaris, the North Star, where the Chinese believed the Celestial Emperor lived.
In China, red is seen as a color full of life and energy, and also a color representing love. It is a popular color to wear at weddings. Often Chinese brides and grooms will dress in red clothing on their wedding day.
In China, blue is the color of health. It is considered to be a color with healing properties. Because of this association, blue also can represent the spring, where the world is seen to be healing and reviving from the long winter.