Festive Hong Kong 2010

August 2010
Travel Weekly (UK);Aug2010 Hong Kong Supplement, Vol. 5 Issue 2030, p4
Trade Publication
A calendar of events for traditional Chinese festivals in Hong Kong, China is presented which include Hong Kong international dragon boat carnival to be held on July, 23-25, 2010, Hong Kong Wine and Dine festival on October 28-31, 2010, and Cathay Pacific International Chinese New Year Night Parade on February 3, 2011.


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