Saturday, June 7, 2008

Dragon Boat Festival

Tomorrow, Sunday June 8th is Dragon Boat Festival Day in China!

We're going to try to see some of the races tomorrow and will let you know what they're like. In the meantime you can read this article:

Sink your teeth in dragon boat fun by -- SUNDAY marks the annual Dragon Boat Festival and it promises to be a feast for the senses - a cacophony of sound, a blaze of color and tastes and smells to excite, writes Tabitha Ang.

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2 comments:

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Roellio said...

Hi Emily,

it's nice to read all your stories about your experiences in China. It should have been a great cultural shock moving from San Francisco, wasn’t it? Let me introduce myself, Im Roel from Holland and very interested in everything about China en it’s culture and sociology. Next year I hope to meet china for a couple of months and learned about the country. That’s why I’m trying to make contact with people moved to china or studying there. Now with the Olympics and the visa its very difficult to visit china as a tourist, so hopefully next year it will be easier. I’m looking forward to read more, and maybe you know some more Chinese of others who live in China who write blogs?

And another curious question, how do you write your blog if it isn’t possible to visite the blogspot website?

Have a great time,

Greets,
Roel