Fireworks China

Shooting off fireworks in honor of a 4th of July jubilee or a New Year’s Eve countdown is a popular pastime and if you’ve stocked up with pyro goodies, there is a high probability that they were exported from China. Fireworks China were developed in the ancient Dynasties of this country and, to this day, this nation remains the largest manufacturer of pyrotechnic items on the planet. So, plan your next party to include sparklers, firecrackers, rockets, cakes or artillery shells or other firework China items – you’ll have the biggest blast of your life.

History books have recorded that fireworks China were invented about 2,000 years ago. These accounts report that fireworks were developed quite by accident when a Chinese cook stirred together a cocktail of kitchen chemicals and stuffed them inside bamboo and heated the whole thing up for a big bang! This unanticipated discovery was used to scare off evil spirits with the pops and crackles that were created from throwing the bamboo pieces into the fire. Fireworks China became a common weapon in times of war thanks to the addition of gunpowder invented not long after. These fiery arrows would fly through the air further than the long bow or cannon shot. Disgusting, but true, at one point in time live rats were even strapped onto rocket fireworks to terrify opposing troops.

One crowd-pleasing fireworks China is the firecracker; these little poppers where created by the Chinese monk named Li Tian in the Hunan Province a thousand years ago. In honor of his creation, April 18th  is set aside as a special day for firecrackers in China. Used both to frighten bad spirits and to ‘get the party started” firecrackers are seen at all types of events. Firecrackers can come with varying levels of explosive compounds. Some of the bigger firecrackers are named Silver Salutes, Cherry Bombs M-80s; however, in the US only 50 milligrams of explosive powder are allowed in firecrackers by law.

Fireworks China are one of the focal points of the Chinese New Year celebration. This cultural festivity takes place in either January or February and showcases colorful parades and festivities including the vibrant dragon dance where a troupe of dancers wear a dragon costume that smokes and crackles with fireworks China. For the record book, in 2006, one Chinese New Year even included a 22-hour long non-stop string of firecrackers.

Fireworks China are available at pretty much every retail vendor in the United States. You can buy your China-made fireworks from a highway stand or bricks-and-mortar store, often only in short windows of time before holidays. However, when you buy fireworks China from an online site such as All Sparks Fireworks, you will appreciate year-round shopping, a large selection of products and the convenience of having products delivered to your door.