Festivals, Hong Kong

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  • Even our dogs dress up for it
    Even our dogs dress up for it
    by IreneMcKay
  • Mid-Autumn Lanterns.
    Mid-Autumn Lanterns.
    by IreneMcKay
  • Full moon on the night of the festival.
    Full moon on the night of the festival.
    by IreneMcKay
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    Being in Hong Kong during a...

    by matt.foster Written Aug 24, 2002

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    Being in Hong Kong during a major Chinese festival can be an unforgettable experience. The residents celebrate all its festivals with a grand passion and there seems to be at least a festival celebrated every month -

    Chinese New Year (usually in end-Jan or early-Feb) **
    Yuen Siu (Spring Lantern festival in Feb) popularly referred to as the Chinese Valentine's Day.
    Cheung Chau Bun Festival (April or May)
    Tuen Ng (Dragon Boat) Festival (June) **
    Mid-Autumn Festival (Sept) ** etc.

    Personal favorites are highlighted with a double asterisk..

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    More glittering show

    by goglobe Written Sep 12, 2003

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    splashes of colour

    The spectacle conjures up a festive spirit indeed when a multi-coloured display of fireworks comes up, forming an amazing pattern as the frontispiece of the buidling behind.

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    The harbour is glittering with

    by goglobe Written Sep 12, 2003

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    glittering splashing

    Meanwhile, there is a special display of low-altitude fireworks in front of the Hong Kong Convention Centre. Whenever a splash of lights soar up, children utter a gleeful cheer.

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