Hung Shing Festival falls on the 13th day of the 2nd moon of the Lunar Calendar. In celebration, one of the largest traditional festivals in Hong Kong will be held in a small village in the New Territories, with lion dancing, a procession, Cantonese opera, Canto-pop, and more.
Hong Kong Disneyland Resort (HKDL) will usher in the Year of the Dog with a Chinese New Year night market and other festivities. And since it will be the Year of the Dog, you can be sure that everyone's favourite canines - Goofy and Pluto - will play leading roles in the celebrations.
The Grave Sweeping Festival falls on the ninth day of the ninth month of the Lunar Calendar. On this day, Chinese families gather at the grave sites of their forebears for picnics and to engage in ancestor worship. It is known as Chung Yeung in Hong Kong.
The Dragon Boat Festival is celebrated on th 5th day of the 5th month on the Lunar Calendar throughout Greater China. It is especially popular in Hong Kong, Macau, Taiwan, and other places with large Chinese populations such as Malaysia and Singapore.
The Mid-Autumn Festival, also known as the Moon Festival, the Moon Cake Festival, the Lantern Festival, and the Children's Festival, is one of the most important holidays in Greater China and other parts of Asia.