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Dragon Boat Festival 屈原的故事


端午节的由来,一定会让大家联想到的传说之一,是诗人屈原的故事。

屈原是战国时代楚国的三闾大夫,他提倡要团结其他国家,来抵抗野心很大的秦国,但是偏偏楚怀王听信了小人的坏话,不肯听从屈原的劝告,结果被骗到秦国,关了起来,最后并死在秦国。

继位的楚襄王也受到小人的挑拨离间,误信屈原有很多坏处,不但没有听从屈原明智的劝告,还把它从楚国放逐了。

心怀大志,一直为国家大事担心的屈原,因为眼看着国家急难而无法拯救他的国家、无法实现他的理想,整天都非常忧愁,常常独自在江边徘徊叹息。有一天,一位在江边钓鱼的渔夫问他为什么这么失意落魄,屈原叹气的说:“举世皆醉唯我独醒,举世皆浊唯我独清。”心中的感叹和无奈,在这两句话中都说得很明白了。不久,这位怀才不遇的诗人就抱着砂石,投汨罗江自杀了。

楚国的人民知道这个消息之后,都不约而同的赶到江边来,想找寻他们所敬爱的屈原,可是一直都找不到屈原的身体。为了不让水中的鱼虾把屈原的身体吃掉,他们就在江上划着龙舟、敲锣打鼓,希望能将鱼虾赶跑;还用粽叶包米饭,作成粽子,投到江里喂给鱼虾吃,希望屈原的身体不要受到伤害。这就是划龙舟、包粽子的由来。

屈原投汨罗江这一天,正好是农历的五月五日。大家为了怀念这位诗人、纪念他的爱国精神,并且提醒在位的人,要能分辨出小人与忠贞志士说的话;因此,在每年的农历五月五日这一天,都会举行划龙船、包粽子的活动。流传到今天,大家都还记得这样的传说故事呢!

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The origin of the Dragon Boat Festival, we will let you think of one of the legends is the story of the poet Qu Yuan.

Qu Yuan is the Warring States Period, Chu Sanlv the doctor, he advocated to unite with other countries, to resist the Qin great ambition, but just Chuhuai Wang believed the villain of Huaihua, refused to heed the advice of Qu Yuan, the results cheated to Qin States, the Commissioner, and finally died in Qin.

Following in the Chuxiang Wang was also off against the bad people, mistakenly believed Qu Yuan's a lot of harm, not only failed to heed the wise advice of Qu Yuan, it also banished from the state of Chu.

Harbor Chi, major event for the country has been worried about the Qu Yuan, and seeing the country because of emergency can not save his country, he can not achieve the ideal, all day long is very sad, often wandering alone in the riverside sigh. One day, a fisherman in the riverside fishing asked him why so frustrated Lapo, the sigh of Qu Yuan, said: "I only drink the whole world are Duxing, the whole world are muddy-alone CD-I." Hearts and sighs of frustration , In these two words in that very understand. Soon, the poet Huaicaibuyu take on gravel, for the Miluo River suicide.

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