It's Dragon Boat Festival on Saturday, June 21, so we put together a short skit featuring Qu Yuan, the poet that is remembered during this festival. Listen to the story of his encounter with a fisherman while banished from the city.
Iona Tian - Qu Yuan
Fiona Tian - Fisherman
Constance Fang - Omnipresent Narrator
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