The Water-sprinkling Festival, known as the Pōshuǐ jié in Chinese, is a colourful and festive celebration that has been celebrated by the Dai ethnic minority in China for centuries. It is a time of joy, reflection, and renewal as the Dai people mark the Solar New Year with a range of cultural and religious activities.
In recent years, Holi has been celebrated in several cities in China, including Beijing, Shanghai, Guangzhou, Yiwu, and Xian. The celebrations typically include music, dance, and the throwing of coloured powders and water.
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