2024 Chinese Dragon Boat Festival Programme

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In partnership with Salford City Council (SCC) British Dragon Boat Racing Assocaition (BDA)

Endorsed and supported by Consulate General of the People’s Republic of China in Manchester

Faciliated by Suman Education International

With additional supports provided by Bolton Council Bury Council Manchester City Council Oldham Council Rochdale Council Stockport Council

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Paul Dennett City Mayor of Salford

ABOUT THE EVENT ORGANISER XINHUA CHINESE ASSOCIATION Xinhua Chinese Association (XCA) was established in Manchester in 2004. The association represents a new generation of Chinese people. Most of the XCA members originally came to the UK for academic studies, later settling down as professionals working in and contributing to many field including Education, Science and Technology, Medicine and Business.

Chairman of XCA, Retired Director of CS Energy Consultancy Dr Hanxin Yang

Ms Xuebing Li

Vice Chairman and Secretary General of XCA, MD of Suman Education, MD of Imperial 21 Joya Dr Yanzhong Xu

Vice Chairman of XCA, Reader in Textile Materials, University of Manchester Dr Xiaogang Chen

Vice Chairwomen of XCA, Head of Choir Group, Director of LaChine LinCom Ltd

Dr Ning Su

Deputy Secretary-General of XCA, CEO of Suman Education Ms Lucky Jili Deng

Dr Yihong Song

Ms Qing Zhang

Treasurer of XCA, Director of LaChine LinCom Ltd

Culture & Arts Director of XCA, Head of Dancing Group, Senior Clinical Physiologist

Sports & Fitness Director of XCA,

Medical Lab Technician, University of Manchester


XCA strives to promote Chinese culture in the UK and provides a platform for Chinese people to have their voices heard and to get involved in the mainstream social activities. Over the past years, XCA has organised all sorts of social and cultural activities and events for its members and the general public. The UK Chinese Dragon Boat Festival is one of the most high-profile events organised by XCA.

Membership Director of XCA, Acupuncturist, Stockport Ms Hongwei Wang

Health and Hygiene Director of XCA, Lecturer in Textile Science & Engineering, University of Manchester Dr Jiashen Li

Fine Arts Director of XCA, Professor of Control Systems, University of Manchester Prof Zhengtao Ding

Youth Education Director of XCA, Head of Bowen Education Ms Jessica Chang

Public Services Director of XCA, Public Servant, Salford City Council Ms Lingling Cao

CPD Director of XCA, Director of Food Engineering, Dr Hongwei Zhang

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Non-executive Director of XCA, Director of LPRC, University of Manchester Prof Lin Li

Non-executive Director of XCA, Professor of EEE, University of Manchester Prof Wuqiang Yang

Non-executive Director of XCA,

Head of Biological Physics, University of Manchester

ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS Since the Xinhua Chinese Association (XCA) introduced the first UK Chinese Dragon Boat Festival (UCDBF) in Salford in 2012, XCA has developed it through continuous effort into a popular and well-known community event in Britain, with the support from local councils, Consulate-General of PRC in Manchester, local communities, universities, businesses and UK Chinese Students and Scholars Associations. This event has made great contributions to enriching the cultural and sports life of Greater Manchester, promoting the inclusive multicultural society, as well as the Anglo-China friendship and civil exchanges. The 2024 Dragon Boat Festival marks the continuation of this beloved tradition, once again in strategic partnership with Salford City Council and the British Dragon Boat Racing Association, which is recognised by the UK Sports Council as the national governing body of Dragon Boat Racing throughout Great Britain. On this occasion, we, the XCA, would like to extend our most sincere gratitude to all who have generously supported the event, especially to the VIP guests for attending the ceremonies during the event.

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The XCA is very grateful to the UK Government and the Royal Household of Kensington Palace for their kind words of support recently. Sadly, the Prince and Princess of Wales are unable to attend this year’s opening ceremony, but as a Dragon Boat racing participant during his time in Singapore last year, His Royal Highness is fully aware of the spectacular fun everyone is going to have this weekend. We are also delighted to be supporting the charity Action for Children once again this year, a charity of which the Princess of Wales is the Royal Patron. DRAGON BOAT TEAMS 2024 Bank of China Bank of East Asia BCEGI BDB Special Projects Bowen Education Che Kung Tong • Joya Yanghe • Keele University-CSSA Manchester-China Friendship Programme • • • LIVERPOOL CSSA-1 LIVERPOOL CSSA-2 • • • • •

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UK Chinese dragon boat racing this year has attracted 44 teams in 2024. The racing game is organised and managed by a professional company to guarantee that the racing is fun and fair. Building on the success of previous years, we will be showcasing highly entertaining dragon boat races and authentically traditional Chinese cultural attractions. These will feature traditional lion dance, Chinese Shaolin Kungfu, an exhilarating waist drum performance by talents from its origin in Ansai, China, Chinese folk dancing, and a taste of traditional Chinese food like Zongzi, among much more.

It’s a truly wonderful event for the whole family and a fantastic chance to experience authentic Chinese culture.


Since the second Dragon Boat Festival in 2013, a team from the Consulate-General of the PRC in Manchester has participated in the competition. The Greater Manchester Police Team has won twice and finished as runner-up once since they started participating in the event in 2016. • • • In 2019, the police teams from Wuhan and Manchester (twin sister cities) won the championship and runner-up positions, respectively. • In 2022, CSSA - Hull won the championship. In 2023, the event heralded a new era of sports and culture entertainment as it was jointly orchestrated for the first time by XCA, SCC, and BDA, setting a new benchmark for collaborative excellence. •


Dragon boat race is a team paddling sport of dragon boat racing. It is not competition-oriented; anyone can enter the race, with no experience required.

Dragon Boat Crew Each team has ten paddlers, one drummer and one steersman, who is assigned by the event organizer. The pulsation of the drum beats produced by the drummer may be considered the “heartbeat” of the dragon boat. The drummer leads the paddlers throughout a race using the rhythmic drum beat to indicate the frequency and synchronisation of all the paddlers’ strokes (that is, the cadence, picking up or

Steersman Also known as the sweep, the steersman steers the dragon boat with a sweep oar that is rigged at the rear of the boat, typically on the left side. This is done by using the oar as a rudder, while the boat is moving, or by sweeping the stern of the boat sideways by pulling or pushing water with the oar as the boat is moving slowly or stationary.


The paddlers sit facing forward in the boat and use a specific type of paddle, which, unlike a rowing sweep or scull, is not rigged to the racing watercraft in any way. Therefore, Dragon boaters are paddlers not rowers or oarsmen/women.

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The Dragon Boat Festival, also known as Duan Wu Festival, falls on the 5th day of the 5th lunar month of the Chinese calendar, which is June 10th this year. It is a day celebrated to commemorate the life and death of one of China’s most famous citizens. Qu Yuan, who lived in the pre-imperial Warring States period (475-221 BC), is a central figure in the festival's history

Qu Yuan is popularly regarded as a minister in one of the Warring State governments, the southern state of Chu (present day Hunan and Hubei provinces), a champion of political loyalty and integrity, and eager to maintain the Chu state’s autonomy and hegemony. Formerly, it was believed that the Chu monarch fell under the influence of other corrupt, jealous ministers who slandered Qu Yuan as ‘a thorn in his side’ and therefore he banished Qu, his most loyal counsellor.

In the year 278 BC, upon hearing of the upcoming devastation of his state from invasion by a neighbouring State (Qin in particular), Qu Yuan is said to have waded into the Miluo River holding a great rock in order to commit ritual suicide as a form of protest against the corruption of the era. The Qin kingdom eventually conquered all of the other states including Chu and unified them into the first Chinese empire. The word China derives from the first dynasty of the empire, Qin, under the imperialist unifier Qin Shi Huang.

The common people, upon hearing of Qu Yuan's suicide, rushed out on the river in fishing boats, attempting to recover his body and honour his spirit. They beat drums and splashed the water with their paddles in order to keep the fish and evil spirits from his body. Later on, they scattered rice into the water to prevent him from suffering hunger. Another belief is that the people scattered rice to feed the fish, in order to prevent them from devouring Qu Yuan’s body.

According to legend, one night, the spirit of Qu Yuan appeared to his friends and explained that the rice meant for him was being intercepted by a huge river dragon. He asked his friends to wrap the rice into three-cornered silk packages to ward off the dragon. This has been a traditional food ever since known as Zongzi or sticky rice wrapped in leaves. In commemoration of Qu Yuan, people hold dragon boat races annually on the day of his death.

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CELEBRATING DRAGON BOAT FESTIVAL IN CHINA The dragon boats are traditionally made of teak wood to various designs and sizes, which usually have brightly decorated designs with the front end shaped like open-mouthed dragons, and the back end with a scaly tail. A sacred ceremony is performed before any competition in order to ‘bring the boat to life’ by painting the eyes. The real highlight of the festival is the spectacle of fierce-looking dragon boat racing, which is both lively and vibrant. Participants train in earnest for the competition. Sitting two abreast, the paddlers, with a steersman at the back and a drummer at the front, race the elaborately decorated dragon boats to the beat of heavy drums. What do people do?

Why do people do this?

The humid and muggy conditions around Duanwu are thought to increase the risk of disease. Ancient people considered this susceptibility to disease as the effect of evil spirits, which coincided with their belief about inauspicious days. Duanwu thus became a day for collective customs to purge poison and expel plagues annually on the day of his death.

Hanging calamus and Wormwood

People hang calamus and wormwood on the front door and windows, because they are in the shape of a sword and considered symbols of victory over illness and poison, people believe they possess qualities for protecting the house from the evil and bringing peace.

Wearing fragrant sachets

Chinese people, especially children, hang around their necks fragrant sachets, which are made from a variety of sewn bags and include the powders of acorus, Artemisia, realgar and other fragrant items, to avoid catching contagious diseases and to keep evil spirits away. All of these activities were regarded by the ancients as an effective way of preventing disease and evil, while promoting good health and well-being.


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On the day, the deity statues are put on sacred sampans towed by the dragon boats of the associations to parade through Tai O and to pacify the wandering water ghosts. Residents of the stilt houses along the water-course burn paper offerings as the dragon boats pass by. The deity statues are then returned to the respective temples after the ritual. During the annual Dragon Boat Festival, the famous Tai O Dragon Boat Water Parade is held. Three fishermen associations in Tai O, the tranquil fishing village in west Lantou, organise a religious activity known as a “Deities Parade”.


In Sichuan, groups of four carry a large platform on bamboo poles. The platform has a red carpet and supports a statue of a Taoist deity riding a tiger, symbolizing protection and strength. The sound of gongs and drums accompany these people as they march in the street.


In Hunan, rich families with pregnant women throw auspicious coins into a jar of wine. They then place the jar on the head of a dragon boat and pray for the successful birth of an heir. Less affluent families might offer chicken and wine as a sacrifice instead. People also make straw boats and let them float away as a symbol of expelling God of Plague.


In Taiwan, Duanwu is also called Wuri (Meaning Fifth Day) Festival. People believe that if you can balance a raw egg on its end at exactly noon on the day, it is believed to bring luck for the rest of the year. Another custom practiced in Taiwan is “fetching noon water”, in which people draw well water on the afternoon of the festival in the belief that it will cure all illness.

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