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Taking festive the high road
    2010-10-18  08:53    Shenzhen Daily

    The Double Ninth Festival has long been marked by climbing heights (mountains), which is believed to ward off bad luck and disasters and also indicates “climbing to a higher position.”

    More than 105,000 people took part in the Mountain Climbing Fair on Saturday, this year’s Double Ninth Festival, at Wutong Mountain in Yantian District.

    The fastest climber was a man, He Shouning, who took 35 minutes 46 seconds to reach the Haohan Slope from the northern gate of Wutong Mountain Park.

    The group winner was the Shenzhen Runners’ Marathon Club.

    The Double Ninth Day is observed on the 9th day of the 9th lunar month each year.

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