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Tiaohua Festival of Long Horn Miao People in Guizhou Province
Tiaohua Festival, also known as Tiao Hua Po is a main festival of Miao people in Guizhou Province. In Liuzhi County, the Tiaohua Festival is usually held on January 10th in the Chinese Lunar Calendar. It has evolved into a comprehensive annual event. Tiaohua Festival originates from Anshun City in ...
Luoyang Peony Festival
Luoyang is known as the birthplace of peony. Peony is regarded as the city flower in Luoyang. Every year, Luoyang will host the Peony Festival featuring colorful blossom of a plethora of peony varieties and various folk performances. Officially, this festival will open in early April, and continue ...
Gyantse Horse Race
Horse racing is very popular in Tibet, especially Gyantse, with the earliest record that dates back to 1408. Contests in early times included horse racing, archery, and shooting. Currently, there are also ball games, track and field events, folk songs and dances, and barter trade. In every July the...
Danu Festival of Yao People
Danu Festival is a traditional festival of the Yao people in Guilin Province. It is celebrates on the May 29th of the Chinese Lunar Calendar. Danu means "never forget" in the Yao language. The Danu Festival is the biggest traditional festival among Yao people which involves dancing, sporting events...
March Street Festival, a carnival of Bai People in Dali
The March Street Festival is one of the most magnificent festivals of the Bai Ethnic Group in Dali, Yunnan. The festival, also called Third Moon Fair, is held from 15th to 21st of the Third Lunar Month (usually in April) annually. Bai is an ethnic group with a long history and unique culture inha...
China's Ghost Festival, Zhongyuan Festival
The Zhongyuan Festival is China’s Ghost Festival, also known as Ullambana Festival among Buddhists. It falls title="Hong Kong">Hong Kong and Taiwan. Besides, it has spread to and is celebrated in Thailand, Japan, North Korea, Singapore and Malaysia.
Nadam Festival, the most important Inner Mongolian festival
Nadam means entertainment or recreation in Mongolian. The fair was originated in the early days of the 13th century and is a traditional Mongolian festival. In the past many activities were taken on during the meeting, such as making laws and regulations, appointing and removing officials, giving a...
Water-Splashing Festival, the New Year of Dai Ethnic Group
The Water-Splashing Festival is a traditional festival for the Dai people in the Dehong area of Xishuangbanna, Yunnan Province in the southwest of China. It is the New Year for the Dai, a festival to send off the old and greet the new. Held during the sixth month of the Dai calendar, usually fallin...
Corban Festival and Id Al-fitr in Kashgar
Corban Festival The Corban Festival, also known as Id al-Gurban, is a major Islamic festival that shows believers' faith and obedience to Allah. It is an annual major traditional festival falls on the 10th of the twelfth month of Islamic Calendar and is celebrated by the Chinese minority Groups i...
'Losar', the Tibetan New Year Celebrations
The Tibetan New Year, also known as Losar, is the most important festival on the Tibetan calendar, falling very close to the traditional Chinese New Year. The festival season usually lasts for 15 days. Losar Festival is also called the Sonam Losar Festival in Sikkim. Losar means New Year which is ...