Flight attendants in East China's Shanghai Pudong Airport, performed a flash mob to keep passengers entertained.
The most important of the Chinese traditional festivals is the Chinese New Year also known as the ‘Spring Festival’. It is celebrated by roughly one and a half billion people all over the world.
The Spring Festival traveling period – the busiest of the year – is known as ‘Chunyun’ which starts two weeks before the main event and will last for forty days.
The Pudong flight crew – that consisted of more than 60 people – staged the performance as thousands of lethargic passengers waited for flights.
"When the music went on, and passengers started taking photos, it just felt like a big party. We’re all very happy, and the atmosphere is great. It’s like we’re just performing for fun, not nervous at all," one flight attendant Gao Min told CCTV.
"We hope to convey our New Year greetings to everyone. And hope they all have a perfect journey back home." said another participant of the flash mob dance.
The Chinese New Year’s Eve will mark the end of the Year of the Snake and the beginning of the Year of the Horse.
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Watch the entire performance in the video above.