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Drachenbootfest

Das Drachenbootfest (chin. 端午节, Duānwǔjié) fällt auf den 5. Tag des 5. Mondmonats nach dem traditionellen chinesischen Kalender und wird hauptsächlich in Südchina begangen.

Am Tag des Drachenbootfests wird eine Drachenboot-Regatta veranstaltet.

Nach einer Volkssage geht diese auf die versuchte Rettung von Qu Yuan in der Periode der Streitenden Reiche (475-211 v. Chr.) zurück, der sich wegen erlittenen Unrechts im Fluss Miluo ertränkt haben soll. Diese Regatta hat in China, einschließlich Taiwans und Hongkongs, eine lange Tradition und ist auch in Chinas Nachbarländern wie Japan und Vietnam eingeführt worden.

Am Drachenbootfest werden auch Zongzi (chin. 粽子) gegessen. Diese erinnern an die Reisklöße, die man in den Fluss geworfen haben soll, damit die Fische nicht den Leichnam von Qu Yuan fressen. Diese Zongzi sind Klöße aus Klebreis (chin. 糯米, nuòmǐ), eingewickelt in Bambusblätter, mit verschiedenen Füllungen wie z.B. Datteln, süßem Bohnenbrei, Schinken, Krabben, Erdnüssen und Eigelb.