Dragon Mart hosts special offers this Chinese New Year in Qatar

Dragon Mart hosts special offers this Chinese New Year in Qatar

Qatar Living
By Qatar Living

Some of you might be interested to know that the year of the Ox is approaching this Chinese New Year, the second of the 12-year periodic sequence of animals that appear in the Chinese zodiac.

The Ox symbolizes good harvest and luck in China. Additionally, it is said that people born during the Ox’s year tend to portray diligence, dependability, strength, and determination.

In celebration of the Chinese New Year, Dragon Mart will be hosting an array of products at special prices in select stores and giving away amazing gifts.  

You are invited to experience traditional Chinese culture, admire stunning decorations, and take advantage of their amazing deals.

Join them at #DragonMart from February 5 till March 4 to celebrate together in the largest hubs for Chinese products in Qatar.

Please make sure that you follow the necessary preventive measure imposed by the Ministry of Public Health to ensure the safety of all the visitors.

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