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A child parades on a float during the Bun Festival on May 25, 2015 in Hong Kong, Hong Kong. One of Hong Kong's most colourful cultural celebration event, Cheung Chau Bun Festival, will be staged on 25 May 2015 (Monday) till 26 May 2015 midnight (Tuesday). This festival has over 100 years of history. (Photo by Lam Yik Fei/Getty Images)

A child parades on a float during the Bun Festival on May 25, 2015 in Hong Kong, Hong Kong. One of Hong Kong's most colourful cultural celebration event, Cheung Chau Bun Festival, will be staged on 25 May 2015 (Monday) till 26 May 2015 midnight (Tuesday). This festival has over 100 years of history. Every year, thousands of people descend upon the tiny island for The Piu Sik (Floating Colours) Parade, Lucky Bun (Ping On Bun) and The Bun Scrambling Competition, the ancient custom during the festival. (Photo by Lam Yik Fei/Getty Images)
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26 May 2015 10:54:00
Buns are stamped the Chinese characters “Ping An”, meaning peaceful and safe, inside a bakery, at Hong Kong's Cheung Chau island, China May 17, 2015, ahead of the upcoming Bun Festival on May 25. (Photo by Tyrone Siu/Reuters)

Buns are stamped the Chinese characters “Ping An”, meaning peaceful and safe, inside a bakery, at Hong Kong's Cheung Chau island, China May 17, 2015, ahead of the upcoming Bun Festival on May 25. The festival celebrates the islanders' deliverance from famine many centuries ago and is meant to placate ghosts and restless spirits. (Photo by Tyrone Siu/Reuters)
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24 May 2015 09:49:00
A young performer cries as she parades during the Bun Festival on Cheung Chau island in Hong Kong Tuesday, May 6, 2014. Bun Festival, the Taoist God of the Sea, is worshipped and evil spirits are believed to be scared away by loud gongs and drums during the procession. The celebration includes bun scrambling, parades, opera performances, and children dressed in colorful costumes. (Photo by Kin Cheung/AP Photo)

A young performer cries as she parades during the Bun Festival on Cheung Chau island in Hong Kong Tuesday, May 6, 2014. Bun Festival, the Taoist God of the Sea, is worshipped and evil spirits are believed to be scared away by loud gongs and drums during the procession. The celebration includes bun scrambling, parades, opera performances, and children dressed in colorful costumes. (Photo by Kin Cheung/AP Photo)
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08 May 2014 07:31:00