Guangzhou’s Huangpu tiling skills have made a significant contribution to the restoration of local ancient Chinese buildings.
The traditional calligraphy and painting mounting skills taught at Yiliang Studio in Huangpu Street community in Guangzhou's Huangpu district was listed as one of the district's fifth batch of intangible cultural heritages.
The Birth of Boluo (God of the Sea) is a traditional event that has been celebrated since the Song Dynasty (960-1279) and boasts a history of more than 1,000 years.
Dragon boat racing, known as the one necessary program people carry out during Dragon Boat Festival, has been popular since the Ming and Qing dynasty (1368-1912).
The 17th day of the fourth lunar month is the birthday of Jinhua niangniang, a goddess of child bearing.
Celebration for the birthday of Zhong Yuyan is held annually in the Yuyan Academy on the 20th day of the fifth lunar month to celebrate the birthday of Zhong Yuyan(1155~1225), the ancestor of the Zhong family in Luogang.
The legend of Luogang Xiangxue prevails in the Luogang area and spread in Guangzhou as the fragrant plum blossom became more popular.
The time-honored Light Hanging Festival is a folk activity held annually on the 15th day of the first lunar month in Luogang street.
Qixi Festival, also known as Qiqiao Festival, is one of the most romantic traditional Chinese festivals. According to Chinese legend, a cowherd and a weaving maid were separated by the galaxy and allowed to meet only once a year in heaven on the seventh day of the seventh lunar month.
The annual folk festival is held in the Hengsha region in Guangzhou’s Huangpu district on the 24th day of the first lunar month.