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主題：Dragon Boat Festival
1.Dragon Boat Festival is also called Double Fifth Festival because it falls on the fifth day of the fifth month of the lunar calendar.
2.The story is about a patriotic statesman, ChuYuan, who was disliked by his king during the Warring States period.
3.Chu Yuan tried to save the country by giving the King of Chu many advices,but the king didn’t listen to him.
4.With disappointment, Chu Yuan killed himself by jumping into the Miluo River on the fifth day of the fifth lunar month.
5.The village people drove boats to save him, but it was too late. So, they made a lot of rice dumplings(tzung tz) and throw them into the river to keep the fish from eating Chu Yuan’s body.
6.Dragon Boat Festival is also a day of warding off evil spirit and diseases.
7.People hang calamus and moxa on the front door and pasting up pictures of Chung Kuei. Adults drink hsiung huang wine and children wear fragrant sachets.
8.Fetching noon water is also a very interesting custom here. People get well water at noon on the festival which is believed to cure illness. And if you can stand an egg at noon, you will be lucky the whole coming year.
1Dragon Boat Festival端午節8calamus昌蒲
4Warring States period戰國時代11hsiung huang wine雄黃酒
6rice dumpling粽子13fetching noon water汲午時水
7ward off驅除14illness疾病參考資料： Magic English 教育電台
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Dragon Boat Festival 端午節
Dragon Boat Festival is called Duan Wu Jie in Chinese. Jie means festival. The festival is celebrated on the 5th of the fifth month of the Chinese lunar calendar (June 4, 2003).
The most popular theory of the origin of the festival is that it was derived from the activities of commemorating a great patriot poet, Qu Yuan. The story about Qu Yuan has been deeply rooted in Chinese culture and this festival, so it is definitely a very important factor for the origin of the festival.
But since some of the well-known traditions of the festival already existed even before Qu Yuan, other origins of the festival were also suggested. Wen Yiduo suggested that the festival may be associated with dragon closely because two of the most important activities of the festival, dragon boat racing and eating zongzi, are related to dragon. Another view is that the festival is originated from the taboo of evil days. The fifth month of the Chinese lunar calendar is traditionally considered an evil month and the 5th of the month is particularly a bad day, so a lot of taboo had been developed.
Most likely, the festival was gradually derived from all of the suggestions and the story of Qu Yuan is certainly the driving power to make it a great festival today.