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The Dragon Boat Festival, which originated in China, was originally a festival in which the ancient ancestors worshipped their dragon ancestors in the form of dragon boat races. Because of the legend of the Warring States period of the Chu poet Qu Yuan in the Dragon Boat jumped the Miluo River, later people will also be the Dragon Boat Festival as a festival to commemorate Qu Yuan; individual places also have to commemorate Wu Zixu, Cao E and Jie Zitui and so on. In general, the Dragon Boat Festival originated in the Wu and Yue tribes of Jiangsu and Zhejiang regions dragon totem rituals, injected into the summer season “to get rid of diseases and prevent epidemics” fashion, the Dragon Boat Festival as “evil months and evil days” in the north, attached to commemorate Qu Yuan and other historical figures to commemorate the content, and finally formed today’s Dragon Boat Festival Cultural connotations.

What traditional customs do you know about the Dragon Boat Festival?

Dragon boat racing is one of the customs of the Dragon Boat Festival in China and one of the most important festive folk activities of the festival. It is widespread in southern China and is also practiced in northern cities near rivers and lakes, while most of them are in the form of dry dragon boats and dragon boat dances.

Eating zong at the Dragon Boat Festival is one of the festive customs. Zong, or “zongzi”, is commonly known as “zongzi” and is one of the “zong” species. “There are many different kinds of dumplings, and different kinds of dumplings are made for different festivals, and it is an ancient custom to make dumplings to worship the gods and ancestors. The main ingredients of the dumpling are rice, filling and Ruo leaves (or Shuusu leaves). Due to the differences in eating habits in different places, zongzi form a north-south flavour; in terms of taste, there are two main categories of zongzi, salty and sweet.Do you prefer sweet or savoury zongzi?

Five-coloured rope, also known as five-coloured silk, five-coloured silk, etc., Han Chinese festive customs, generally worn at the Dragon Boat Festival to ward off evil spirits, and has a good meaning of praying for good fortune and good fortune.

Let’s take a look at what Peliou has in store for its staff for the Dragon Boat Festival, shall we?

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