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China Festivals in July

Chinese people celebrate a seemingly endless number of festivals during the course of a year. Have a look at all festivals celebrated in this month.

Naadam Grassland Festival
Naadam Grassland Festival

The Naadam Grassland Festival is the premier summer event in Inner Mongolia, showcasing the skills and athletic prowess of the Mongol ethnic people. ...

Jul. 16, 2018 to Jul. 20, 2018
Summer Solstice (xià zhì夏至) — the Longest Day
Summer Solstice (xià zhì夏至) — the Longest Day

Solar terms are a Chinese conception of the seasons and a product of the tireless exploration of the natural sciences by Chinese people's ancestors. 'Summer ...

Jul. 18, 2018 to Jun. 21, 2014
Gyantse Horse Race Festival in 2018
Gyantse Horse Race Festival in 2018

Gyantse is an ancient town in Tibet, which was important in Tibetan history. Gyantse Horse Race Festival is the grandest festival in the region of Shigatse. People wear their characteristic ethnic costumes to attend the festival.

Jul. 20, 2018 to Jul. 23, 2018
Qinghai Yushu Horse Racing Festival
Qinghai Yushu Horse Racing Festival

The Qinghai Yushu Horse Racing Festival is a traditional festival that was held during the week of July 25 – August 1 every year in the Yushu Tibetan ...

Jul. 25, 2018 to Aug. 01, 2018
The Hong Kong Book Fair
The Hong Kong Book Fair

Hong Kong Book Fair is one of the largest book fairs in Asia. Founded in 1990, it is organized annually in July by the Hong Kong Trade Development Council in Hong Kong Convention and Exhibition Centre to encourage people to read more.

Jul. 18, 2018 to Jul. 24, 2018