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- Taipei City Dajia Riverside Park, Zhongshan Dist., Taipei City Taiwan, R.O.C
Venue：Taipei City Dajia Riverside Park
The 2019 Taipei International Dragon Boat Festival will take place at the Dajia Riverside Park between June 7 and 9. As a part of 2019 Taipei Crazy Summer activity series, the dragon boat race kicks off a summertime-worth of fun for Taipei City this year.
This year, the tournament has attracted a total of 218 teams from across Taiwan and abroad. Among these teams, 108 teams will compete in the large-size dragon boat category, while 110 teams signed up for the small-size dragon boat race. Roughly 6,000 athletes will compete for an accumulative prize pool worth NT$2.8 million. The event is the largest dragon boat racing tournament in Taiwan.
For the international teams, the organizers have invited 5 teams from abroad to compete in the tournament. The teams hail from Ulan-Ude, Matsuyama, Shanghai, Gold Coast, and Quezon.
For kids, the organizers have arranged for three large-size dragon boats to be placed on exhibition, allowing curious youngsters to experience riding on a dragon boat. The hands-on sessions will take place on May 26, June 1, and June 2 at the Dajia Riverside Park dragon boat dock. As a general guideline, the hands-on session is available from 9 AM through 5 PM, pending actual weather and river conditions.
During the riverside carnival taking place from June 7 to 9, there will be a national-level, egg-standing on high elevation competition, as well as dragon boat festival creative cosplay show. There will also be various stage activities and stalls selling creative products.
For more information, please visit the official Chinese website of the 2019 Taipei International Dragon Boat Festival.
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