Fire is the core of burners events: a symbol of complete transformation and energy being released; it is the ultimate commitment of our community.
The phoenix, also known as the “Phoenix Emperor”, is the King of Birds in ancient legend.
Here are the meeting minutes for the 8th March held at the Naked hub on Fuxing Lu.
We already have several projects lined up for Dragon Burn 2018.
Here are the meeting minutes for a brief post-site visit meeting we held on the 6th February. Attendance was low as we were in the run up to Chinese New Year.
Shanghai’s iconic Wutong leaves turns yellow during the winter which looks like a golden dragon laying in the city. The city’s sanitation workers will cut branches from Wutong trees once a while.
Here are the meeting minutes for the Dragon Burn Planning meeting on the 25th January.
Our Indiegogo fundraiser for the effigy is still ongoing! So far we have raised $630 of our $2000 goal.
It started with an egg, hatched into a dragonfly, then a dragon rose from the ashes.
The focal point of any Burn is always the effigy. At the end of a Burn everyone will gather around the effigy to watch it Burn. It is the culmination of the Burn experience.
In case you didn’t know already, our Indiegogo fundraiser for the effigy has started!
The effigy is the focus of a Burn.