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  •   The kiwifruits of Dujiangyan City have a good reputation for elegant shape, high quality and delicious taste, which are sold at home and abroad. During the golden autumn, it is time for kiwifruits to pick. The magnificent kiwifruit festival attracts tourists all over the world.

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  •   Mt.Qingcheng was the cradle of Chinese Taoism and is the famous Taoism culture tourism holy place. To Preserve Health is the theme and masterstroke of Mt.Qingcheng Taoism Culture Festival activity. Many themes are set here such as Supernatural Mountain Chess Playing, Wushu Performance, Thousand People Taiji, Taoism Medicine, Taoism Meal, To Walk Along with Taoist, Blessing Light Reflection, Taoism Blessing Ceremony, and Ask the Way in Qingcheng. The I-go, Wushu, medicine, meal, tea Tao, and exhibition of Taoism health preservation culture tourism products are included in. All above would attract numbers of tourists to Ask the Way in Mt.Qingcheng.

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  •   From May to October every year, drinking beer at night is prevailing in Dujiangyan City. The riverbanks in the city put on a show of prosperity with refulgent lamplights and extraordinary splendor. A great number of people drink beers with each other and sing while drinking. All the friends from across China would gather here happily. Dujiangyan Summer Night Beer Festival has become the charming sight of Chengdu night life.

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  •   Dujiangyan is the headwaters of the land of abundance and benefits the whole Western Sichuan Plain. The Tomb-Sweeping Day every lunar calendar year (April 5) is the greatest festival in Dujiangyan irrigation area. On that day, with the masterminding of the local government bigwig who plays the role as a host, the weir workers would cut off bamboo ropes and pull down Macha (log tripod) to release water. Both banks of the weir are crowded with people, and people would cheer for the torrential water. In 2006, Water-Releasing Festival of Dujiangyan was added to the first batch of Intangible Culture Heritage List.

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