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Hong Kong celebrates The Mid-Autumn Festival with the Dazzling Tai Hang Fire Dragon Dance

September 26, 2018 Visit North Asia No Comments Email Email

One of Hong Kong’s most celebrated traditional festivals, The Mid-Autumn Festival, was held on 24 September (the 15th day of the 8th month on the Chinese Lunar Calendar).

Said to have evolved from a moon-worshipping ceremony ahead of the autumn harvest, the festival provides a peek inside one of Hong Kong’s long-held traditions.

During the annual festival, visitors and locals alike witnessed the century-old Fire Dragon Dance as it swirled through Tai Hang and lanterns illuminated the sky.

For the first time, Australian artist Amanda Parer was also featured with her “Moon Rabbit Lumiere” installation

Images and video from the 2018 event can be accessed via: www.image.net/taihangfiredragondance2018        

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