Chinese New Year

You have to see it (and hear it) to believe it. From 8 PM, it goes on non stop until the next morning. The sound is deafening, it feels like a country at war. All the options are available to make noise and light.

So there are the small guys who do it in front of their house, with cheap things.

The ring road and larger axis are the scene of more sophisticated fireworks.
In the small streets, you have those who basically launch mini mortars against the windows of their neighbours.