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Hong Kong Dragon Boat Festival kicks off in blaze of colour
by Danny Lee, Fred Lai, and Lauren Chan
South China Morning Post Translate This Article
9 June 2016
On 9 June 2016 South China Morning Post reported:
Scores of paddlers clashed on the waterways in glorious sunshine on Thursday morning as they kicked-off the annual Hong Kong Dragon Boat Festival. Across the city, centuries-old traditions returned with events scattered from Tai O to Aberdeen, Stanley to Sha Tin, with hordes of chanting onlookers and participants bracing themselves for the tough competition and searing conditions. The races were a feast for the senses as boats sped past the spectators in a flurry of spray and bright fabric. The highlight in Tai O village was was a water parade featuring three dragon boats bearing temple deities and shuttling around the stilt houses, in hope of entertaining the gods and blessing the village.
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