Dragon boat Festival
Dragon boat festival is a Chinese traditional festival. This festival commemorates a Chinese person who is committed suicide because of the king’s mistrust.
People who respected to him didn’t want the fish to eat his corpse. They would throw some food into the river where he is dead in this festival. Nowadays, nobody throws food into the river, but people would make some special foods in order to commemorate him. Not only the food, people also organize a Dragon Boat competition. People will use some boats which are designed like a dragon to compete in a river. In the past, people believed those boats could threaten a fish not to eat his body and brought them luck in the future. Although most of the meanings in Dragon Boat festival are changed, it is entrenched in Chinese tradition. It is one of the big festivals in Chinese community.
- BaggioLv 71 decade agoFavorite Answer
Dragon boat Festival
Dragon boat festival is a traditional Chinese festival. This festival commemorates an ancient Chinese official Qu Yuan who (no is) committed suicide because of the king’s mistrust of him.
People who respected (no to) Qu Yuan didn’t want the fish to eat his corpse, so they threw some food into the river where he committed suicide. (Since you were trying to introduce the origin of the festival which all happened in the past, so you should use simple past tense for the whole introduction.) Nowadays, nobody throws food into the river anymore, but on the Memorial Day of Qu Yuan, people will make some special foods in order to commemorate him. Not only making food, people also organize (no a) Dragon Boat racing competition which uses (no some) boats which are designed like a dragon to race in the river. In the past, people believed those boats could threaten the fish away from Qu Yuan’s corpse. Although most of the original purposes for the Dragon Boat festival are now changed, they are entrenched in the Chinese tradition. Until today Dragon Boat Festival is still one of the big festivals in Chinese community.
- When we use 2 adjectives or more to describe a noun, we normally follow the following orders :
1st – value / opinion. E.g. : traditional, beautiful
2nd : fact. E.g. Chinese, European
3rd – size. E.g. : large, small
4th – age. E.g. : old, young, new
5th – shape. E.g. : square, round
6th – material. E.g. : wood, metal
Last : the noun
So for traditional Chinese festival :
Traditional = opinion adjective
Chinese = factual adjective
Festival = nounSource(s): Myself