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    Aungcrown celebrates the Dragon Boat Festival

    Claire Aung Crown 2019-06-05 12:29:04

    First, Aungcrown let everyone know the origins and customs of the Dragon Boat Festival.
    The Dragon Boat Festival is a traditional Chinese festival. There are colorful festivals on the Dragon Boat Festival all over the country. There are many customs of the Dragon Boat Festival. Due to different regions, there are differences in custom content or customs details. Although the laws vary from place to place, it is a common practice to draw dragon boats and scorpions. The Dragon Boat Festival is a traditional folklore event that not only enriches the spiritual and cultural life of the masses, but also inherits and promotes traditional culture.

    The Dragon Boat Festival is the fifth day of the fifth lunar month, also known as the Duanyang Festival, the Midday Festival, the Tianzhong Festival, the Dragon Boat Festival and so on. The Dragon Boat Festival is an ancient folk festival that originated in China. It was originally a festival of totems worshipped by tribes worshipping dragon totems in the ancient Baiyue area. It also originated from evil moon, summer season, bathing and commemoration. Qu Yuan, Wu Zikai, Cao Yu and so on. In general, the Dragon Boat Festival originated in the South Baiyue, and regarded the fifth day of the Lunar Calendar as the "Evil Moon" from the north, injecting the summer season to "sickness and epidemic prevention", and commemorating the historical figures of Qu Yuan and the river. The content, which finally formed the Dragon Boat Festival culture along the present.

    The Dragon Boat Festival and the Spring Festival, the Ching Ming Festival, and the Mid-Autumn Festival are also called the four traditional festivals of Chinese folk. In May 2006, the State Council listed it in the first batch of national intangible cultural heritage; since 2008, the Dragon Boat Festival has been listed as a national statutory holiday. In September 2009, UNESCO officially reviewed and approved the inclusion of the Chinese Dragon Boat Festival in the world's intangible cultural heritage. The Dragon Boat Festival became China's first festival to be selected as a world heritage.

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