The lantern festival is on the 15th day of Chinese New Year season on the lunar calendar, and it usually also corresponds to the full moon. It marks the end of the Chinese New Season. After this day, lives goes back to routine. On this day people cut up all sorts of lanterns and decorate the streets and villages. Parents often make rabbit lanterns with wheels for their children so kids can pull those lanterns on the streets. In recent years, the lantern festival festivities have spread around the world like those pictures I took at Toronto’s Ontario Place.