Mid-Autumn festival in Hong Kong - The New Indian Express

Mid-Autumn festival in Hong Kong

  • The fire dragon floats in the sea after being paraded, representing "Return to the Sea" during the Fire Dragon Dance performance in Hong Kong. Straw "fire dragons" smoldering with tens of thousands of incense sticks will visit a few Hong Kong neighborhoods for three nights in a row, bestowing blessings on residents. (AP Photo)
  • A full moon rises over a building, a day before the Mid-Autumn Festival in Hong Kong. (AP Photo)
  • A villager lights up a lantern in Hong Kong. The autumn harvest festival, which is a cross between Thanksgiving and Valentine's Day, is celebrated on the 15th day of the eight month of the Chinese lunar calendar, when the moon is at its roundest and brightest. (AP Photo)
  • Couples light up lanterns and take pictures during the Chinese Mid-Autumn Festival in Hong Kong. (AP Photo)
  • A couple sit next to lanterns during the Chinese Mid-Autumn Festival at Hong Kong's Victoria Park. (AP Photo)
  • A father and his son light up candles at a beach during the Chinese Mid-Autumn Festival in Hong Kong. (AP Photo)
  • A father and his son light up candles at a beach during the Chinese Mid-Autumn Festival in Hong Kong. (AP Photo)
  • The fire dragon made of straw studded with incense sticks, is paraded during the Fire Dragon Dance performance through a Hong Kong housing estate. (AP Photo)
  • A full moon is seen in Hong Kong. The autumn harvest festival, which is a cross between Thanksgiving and Valentine's Day, is celebrated on the 15th day of the eight month of the Chinese lunar calendar, when the moon is at its roundest and brightest. . (AP Photo)
  • The fire dragon made of straw studded with incense sticks, is paraded during the Fire Dragon Dance performance through a Hong Kong village.. (AP Photo)

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