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Every year on the eighth day of the fourth moon on the Chinese traditional calendar(that is 2nd May this year), people celebrate the Feast of the Drunken Dragon, Feast of Buddha and Feast of the God Tam Kung. The Drunken Dragon dance is now an important folk activity in Macao, featuring dancing fishermen with wooden dragon heads and tails. The dancers imbibe copious amounts of wine, which they spit out in ritual manner, while the organisers will distribute rice for blessings.