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TANABATA festival

Time:2021-08-14 Views:31
TANABATA festival

The TANABATA Festival, also known as the Qiqiao Festival, the Qiqiao Festival or the Seven Sister’s Birthday, originated in China and is a traditional festival in the Chinese region and East Asian countries. The festival comes from the legend of the Cowherd and the Weaver Girl. It was changed to July 7th in the Gregorian calendar after the Meiji Restoration). Because the main participants of this day‘s activities are girls, and the content of the festival activities is mainly about begging for cleverness, so people call this day "Qiao Qiao Festival" or "Girls‘ Day" or "Girl‘s Day". On May 20, 2006, TANABATA Festival was included in the first batch of National Intangible Cultural Heritage List by the State Council of China.

The TANABATA Festival takes the folklore of the Cowherd and the Weaver Girl as the carrier, which expresses the feelings of inseparability and old age between married men and women, and abides by the promise of love between the two parties. Over time, Qixi Festival has become Chinese Valentine‘s Day.
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