于是 我马不停蹄地，分地域，按产品，一一把开发信发出去了。一周后，经理又给我一大叠名片说， 我太忙，这些你自己找时间回一下邮件吧。。
到现在我都不知道自己到底发了多少封开发信，因为公司油箱不好使，所以我迫不得已地删掉了一些开发信，以至于我发给这个西班牙客户的开发信 说了些啥 我自己都不知道了。
大概到了5月份左右，我开始收到西班牙客户Diego 的邮件。我才在一大堆名片中找到他的了。上网一搜索。嘿嘿，还挺大的一公司，于是很认真的回邮件了。现在我总结了一个经验，当我们要发出成百上千的开发信的时候，可以先上客户网站上看看，连个网站都没有或是还在建设中的 ，实在太忙就不用理会他们了。
And Die Cut for the other model?
Hello,Diego,how are you?tomorrow is chinese Dragon Boat Festival, i would like to introduce something about this festival .wish you like it.
The Dragon Boat Festival, also called the Duanwu Festival, is celebrated on the fifth day of the fifth month according to the Chinese calendar. For thousands of years, the festival has been marked by eating zong zi (glutinous rice) and its dragon-boat races, commemorates the death of Qu Yuan, an honest minister who is said to have committed suicide by drowning himself in a river.
During the Duanwu Festival, a glutinous rice pudding called zong zi is eaten to symbolize the rice offerings to Qu. Ingredients such as beans, lotus seeds, chestnuts, pork fat and the golden yolk of a salted duck egg are often added to the glutinous rice. The pudding is then wrapped with bamboo leaves, bound with a kind of raffia and boiled in salt water for hours.
The dragon-boat races symbolize the many attempts to rescue and recover Qu’s body. A typical dragon boat ranges from 50-100 feet in length, with a beam of about 5.5 feet, accommodating two paddlers seated side by side.
A wooden dragon head is attached at the bow, and a dragon tail at the stern. A banner hoisted on a pole is also fastened at the stern and the hull is decorated with red, green and blue scales edged in gold. In the center of the boat is a canopied shrine behind which the drummers, gong beaters and cymbal players are seated to set the pace for the paddlers. There are also men positioned at the bow to set off firecrackers, toss rice into the water and pretend to be looking for Qu. All of the noise and pageantry creates an atmosphere of gaiety and excitement for the participants and spectators alike. The races are held among different clans, villages and organizations, and the winners are awarded medals, banners, jugs of wine and festive meals.
here are some images .wish you enjoy this,
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