Mid-Autumn Festival: lantern lighting at iconic Hong Kong fishing village cancelled after thousands of visitors make life unbearable for locals

The lighting of 2,500 handcrafted lanterns for the Mid-Autumn Festival at an iconic Hong Kong fishing village has been cancelled after thousands of visitors brought the place to standstill.On Sunday, organisers of the Tai O Water Village Lantern Festival said they had decided to suspend the illumination on four days over the next 10 days – from 6.30pm to 9.30pm on Tuesday and Wednesday, and on September 27 and 28.“There will be no lights on the Mid-Autumn Festival and the day after, so there is…

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