Fire Crackers !! I'm sure everyone knows what is that. Well, although fire crackers is banned in Malaysia several years back, but some people can still manage to get it from black market (Not me, cos I don't play fire crackers). I haven't played fire crackers for ages already (I guess since primary school time) but I do enjoy watching people playing fireworks. Many believe that playing fireworks and fire crackers add some spices to this festive season. The noisier the merrier??
CNY eve is a very happening event in my hometown in Sarawak. The whole sky will be lightened up with fireworks plus the smoke/flame from firecrackers for more than half an hour. Very unhealthy to inhale in the terrible, pungent air at those moments..
Well, since I spent my CNY in China this year, so I do didn't have the chance to view the major fire crackers and fireworks display in Sarawak. In China, firecrackers are legalised. We can see fire crackers and fireworks on sale everywhere, even at the roadside. And their huge and gigantic fire crackers and fireworks are cheap.. Out of curiosity, I asked the price.. The big fire crackers (in the picture above) only costed RMB 20 (less than RM 10) and the big fireworks only costed RMB 80 (less than RM 40).
Another gigantic fire crackers (at least it looks gigantic to me).
(My friendly advice : This explosive items are very hazardous & could be life threatening. Stay away from these explosive items "if possible").