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                                Dragon boat participants from Panting village row along a canal in the historic Lychee Bay scenic area in Guangzhou in southern China’s Guangdong Province, Friday.
As COVID retreats, dragon boat tradition back in south China

The historic Lychee Bay scenic area in the southern Chinese manufacturing hub of Guangzhou staged boat displays and other scaled-back celebrations to mark the holiday commemorating the death of revered poet and government minister Qu Yuan. Read more

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                                Sophia Dam, 7, left, and her brother William, 5 set their lantern adrift at this years Shinnyo-En Floating Lantern Ceremony. This years event was an interactive and virtual experience created by artist Hideaki Tsutsui which also included LED display video of waves breaking on the beach.
 Kokua Line: Will lantern-float return to Ala Moana next year?

Question: No disrespect to the lantern floating, which I love, but it’s nice to see the focus return to ceremonies at Punchbowl and other military cemeteries. The specific purpose of Memorial Day as a holiday is to honor serv­icemen and women who died serving in the U.S. armed forces. If the lantern-floating does return next year as a large, in-person event, I hope they will choose a different day. Read more

 

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