Dragon Headraising Day!

2020-02-24

Dragon Headraising Day is also known as "Spring Plowing Festival", "Farming Festival" and "Spring Dragon Festival", which are traditional Chinese folk festivals. The dragon's rise is the second day of the second month of the lunar calendar every year. It is commonly known as the Qinglong Festival. Legend is that it is the day when the dragon rises. It is a traditional festival in China's urban and rural areas.


On February 2, it is said that it was the birthday of the father-in-law of the land, which is called "the birth of the land." Incense sacrifice, drums and firecrackers. In the Zhuang area in north-central Guangxi, there is also a saying that "the second dragon rises in February and the second dragon closes in August".