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Dragon Boat Festival (Tuen Ng Festival 端午節) @ Aberdeen 香港仔

已有 671 次閱讀2014-10-16 19:58 |個人分類:Southern 南區|系統分類:Travel @ HK



Dragon Boat Festival (Tuen Ng Festival 端午節), a traditional Chinese festival, is on the fifth day of the fifth moon of lunar calendar. In 2011, it was on 06 June (Monday) which was a public holiday in Hong Kong. The
people here celebrate by eating rice dumpling (zongzi) and racing dragon boats.
 

Dragon Boat (http://www.hkdba.com.hk/eng/boat_01.htm) Festival is commonly celebrated in Asia, like the PRC, Taiwan, Hong Kong, Macau, Japan, Okinawa, Vietnam, Korea, Singapore, Malaysia and the Philippines.


Dragon Boat Race is held in many locations in Hong Kong, like Stanley, Tai Po, Sai Kung, Chai Wan and Tuen Mun. Today we visit A​​berdeen, the race is held in Aberdeen Typhoon Shelter.

There are only three boats to compete with one another.


It is an exciting race no matter whether you are audience or paddlers.


There are a lot of visitors.
It is of course better to occupy a good location for photo-taking and experiencing each exciting race.

One, two, three and four.

Such monster is very common.

Water Taxi in the typhoon shelter.

There is a festive atmosphere in every part of the typhoon shelter.

Rice dumpling (zongzi) is the most important food item in Dragon Boat Festival. Food is in fact a must for all occassions.
In fact, in any festivals no matter whether they are of Chinese, Asian or western origin, foods are the must-haves.
It is made from glutinuous rice, salted duck egg, pork, peanut and dried shrimp. Of course, the stuffed food materials, size, and taste may vary greatly, depending on nationalities and localities.


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