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It is a lunar holiday, occurring on the fifth day of the fifth lunar month Date : 12th June 2013

It is a lunar holiday, occurring on the fifth day of the fifth lunar month Date : 12th June 2013
A procession which will displays the strength of the army, navy and air force will be held

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  • Hong Kong is a countrywhich hosts an array ofcolorful events and festivalsall year round. Here aresome important festivalsand events in the HongKong calendar 2013.Plan your next year’s visit toHong Kong.2
  • Ching Ming FestivalThis festival is one of the 24 segments in ChineseCalendarDate : 4th April 2013It is the remembrance of ancestor’s day and people willvisit ancestor’s grave. Incense sticks, joss sticks andpaper offerings are done at graveyards 3 View slide
  • Dragon FestivalIt is a lunar holiday, occurring on the fifth day ofthe fifth lunar monthDate : 12th June 2013Activities include Dragon boat racing, preparing zongzi,drinking realgar wine, hanging icons of Zhong Kui4 View slide
  • National Day of ChinaAnniversary of the inauguration of the People’sRepublic of ChinaDate : 1st October 2013A procession which will displays the strength of thearmy, navy and air force will be held5
  • Chung Yeung FestivalThis is the second of the grave sweeping holidaystogether with Ching Ming which is in springDate : 14th October 2013Traditional day for family to go and respect theirdeceased ancestors.6
  • ChristmasCelebrated in Hong Kong along with all othernations during the winterDate : 25th December 2013City skyline will be illuminated with lights. Winter fest isthe focus of Hong Kong’s Christmas celebrations.7
  • Boxing DayDay following Christmas is celebrated as theBoxing DayDate : 26th December 2013On this day servants and tradesmen would receive giftsfrom their superiors.8
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