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Dragon Boat Festival Holiday
- Jun 16, 2018 -

Dragon Boat Festival holiday informed

Form 26thJune to 18th June,we have holiday ,stop shipping goods.

But others inquiry,welcome to send to us ,we will reply to you as soon as. 

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The Dragon Boat Festival is the fifth day of the fifth lunar month. According to the records of “Jingchu Years Old”, due to the rise of Midsummer, Shunyang is in the upper reach, and May is Midsummer. Its first noonday is the day of good weather ascending to Shunyang. Therefore, in the fifth month of May, it is also known as “Duanyang”. Festival." In addition, the Dragon Boat Festival also called the "Midday Festival, May Festival, Dragon Boat Festival, Bathing Lantern Festival" and so on. The Dragon Boat Festival is a traditional cultural festival popular in China and the cultural circles of Chinese characters. The Dragon Boat Festival originated in China. It was originally held in ancient Baiyue region (in the middle and lower reaches of the Yangtze River) to worship the totem of the tribal tribes. Totem festivals were held. Before the Spring and Autumn of Baiyue, tribes were held in dragon boat races on the fifth day of the Lunar New Year. Totem sacrificial custom. Afterwards, due to the Warring States period, the poet Qu Yuan of the State of Chu (now Hubei Province) sued Baoshi and fled the Luojiang to his death. The ruler used the Dragon Boat Festival as a commemoration of the Qu Yuan festival to celebrate the patriotism of Zhong Lu Jun. In some areas, there are also commemorations such as Wu Ziji and Cao Yu. The Dragon Boat Festival and the Spring Festival, Ching Ming Festival, and Mid-Autumn Festival are also known as the four traditional Chinese Han Chinese festivals.

Dragon Boat Festival and food festivals have been held since the ancient times. Since 2008, the Dragon Boat Festival has been listed as a national holiday. In May 2006, the State Council included it in the first national intangible cultural heritage list; in September 2009, UNESCO formally reviewed and approved the Chinese Dragon Boat Festival to be included in the world's intangible cultural heritage, becoming China’s first ever world intangible cultural heritage. Intangible holiday.