Embrace the Dragon Boat Festival with Coolnet: Continuous Service from June 8th to June 10th




As the Dragon Boat Festival approaches, we at Coolnet, are excited to celebrate this ancient and culturally rich holiday with our valued customers. The Dragon Boat Festival, also known as Duanwu Jie, is a time for families and friends to come together and honor the traditions that have been passed down through generations. This year, the festival will be celebrated from June 8th to June 10th, 2024. Despite the holiday, we are pleased to announce that our services will remain uninterrupted during this period to meet your needs.



Understanding the Dragon Boat Festival

The Dragon Boat Festival is one of China’s oldest and most significant traditional holidays. It is celebrated on the fifth day of the fifth lunar month and is renowned for its vibrant dragon boat races and the delicious zongzi (sticky rice dumplings) that are enjoyed during this time. The festival commemorates Qu Yuan, a revered poet and minister from the Warring States period. His patriotism and loyalty, even in the face of adversity, are remembered through the various customs and traditions of this festival.



Traditions and Customs

  • Dragon Boat Racing: The most iconic event of the festival is the dragon boat race. Teams paddle vigorously in long, ornately decorated boats to the beat of rhythmic drums, competing for honor and glory. This exciting and visually stunning spectacle draws large crowds and embodies the spirit of teamwork and perseverance.


  • Eating Zongzi: These delicious rice dumplings are wrapped in bamboo or reed leaves and can be filled with a variety of ingredients, such as red beans, dates, meat, or egg yolks. Eating zongzi is not only a way to honor Qu Yuan but also a celebration of the rich culinary heritage of China.


  • Wearing Protective Charms: To ward off evil spirits and bad luck, people wear colorful silk threads and protective charms. This custom reflects the deep cultural belief in the harmony between humans and nature and the importance of safeguarding health and well-being.


  • Hanging Calamus and Wormwood: These plants are hung on doors and windows to repel insects and bad luck. This practice underscores the festival’s focus on health, protection, and the natural world.


Uninterrupted Service During the Holiday

At Coolnet, we understand the importance of providing consistent and reliable service, even during holidays. From June 8th to June 10th, 2024, our operations will continue as usual. Our team is dedicated to ensuring that all your needs are met without interruption, allowing you to enjoy the Dragon Boat Festival with peace of mind.

As we celebrate the Dragon Boat Festival, we embrace the values of unity, tradition, and cultural pride that this holiday represents. We wish all our customers a joyous and prosperous festival filled with happiness, health, and good fortune.

Happy Dragon Boat Festival from all of us at Coolnetpower! We look forward to continuing our journey towards shared success with you.

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