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Color inspiration from a Chinese dragon boat for your beautiful Asian-themed wedding

Chinese Dragon Boat Festival: Legend, Customs And Food (infographic)

Chinese Dragon Boat Festival: Legend, Customs And Food (infographic)

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Colorfull Dragon boats ~ human-powered watercrafts. Traditionally handcrafted, in the Pearl River delta region of southern China - Guangdong Province

Colorfull Dragon boats are human-powered watercrafts. Traditionally handcrafted, in the Pearl River delta region of southern China - Guangzhou, Guangdong Province.

Google Doodle: Dragon Boat Festival 2013

Celebrating Dragon Boat Festival with a doodle in China, Hong Kong, Taiwan, Singapore and Malaysia.

Make fire breathing dragons with your kids!

Paper Roll Dragon Craft

Fire-breathing dragon craft diy kids crafts/over creative crafts that will help their development and pass some time instead of watching tv or playing gadgets.

Interested in registering a team in this year's Dragon Boat Festival? Call us! 632-5497

The Annual Tampa Bay International Dragon Boat Races took place in Tampa on Saturday.

Dragon Boat Festival Tee.  Available on quality 100% cotton T-shirts.  An illustrative design of an epic scene where the dragon boat starts coming to life as sticky rice dumplings float about on the waters as a nod to the traditional story | Dim Sum City Shop

An illustrative design of an epic scene where the dragon boat starts coming to life as sticky rice dumplings float about on the waters as a nod to the traditional story

Authentic Chinese cuisine from around China A very popular dish during the Dragon Boat festival is tzung tzu. This tasty dish consists of rice dumplings with meat, peanut, egg yolk, or other fillings wrapped in bamboo leaves. The tradition of tzung tzu is meant to remind us of the village fishermen scattering rice across the water of the Mi Low river in order to appease the river dragons so that they would not devour Chu Yuan.

Authentic Chinese cuisine from around China A very popular dish during the…

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