A dragon dance is performed at the Guangdong Provincial People’s Stadium on February 24th during the folk culture parade of the 9th Yuexiu Temple Fair. [Photo/Nanfang Daily]
The highlight of the 9th Yuexiu Temple Fair — the folk culture parade was held at the Guangdong Provincial People’s Stadium in Guangzhou on the afternoon of February 24th, 2019.
The parade demonstrated not only Cantonese culture such as dragon dance, lion dance, Hanfu (Chinese traditional costume), piaose, Cantonese opera, Cantonese nursery rhymes, Cantonese songs and Cantonese cuisine, but also characteristic cultural performances from Hong Kong, Zhuhai and Zhongshan.
Three robots participate in the folk culture parade of the 9th Yuexiu Temple Fair in Guangzhou on February 24th, 2019. [Photo/Nanfang Daily]
It also combined the demonstration of traditional culture with high-tech by involving robots in the parade and a robot presenter in the host team.
What’s more, hundreds of kinds of foods are on display at the temple fair’s food section on Huifu East Road, provided by more than 20 well-known catering enterprises. Among them, some signature snacks originating from Guangdong are must-try, including Zhu Song Fen, Ginger milk pudding, Lo Mai Gai, stewed beef meatballs with orange peels, and pork knuckles with ginger stew.
A combination photo shows people enjoy foods at the temple fair’s food section on Huifu East Road in Guangzhou. [Photo/Guangzhou Daily]
Reported by Monica Liu
Edited by Wing Zhang