Dragon Boat Festival Special Offer

June 10, 2018

Dragon Boat Festival mystery item

Something Cool for the Dragon Boat Festival

A few weeks ago we came across something fantastic that we knew we had to offer to our customers as part of the upcoming Dragon Boat Festival. The Dragon Boat Festival (端午節) is an ancient traditional Chinese holiday celebrated by many Chinese communities around the world and is epitomized by the racing of long boats in the shape of dragons and the eating of sticky-rice dumplings. It's celebrated on the fifth day of the fifth month of the lunar calendar. This year, it falls on June 18th.
 

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