is translated as,
Chinese People like to eat Zongzi during the Dragon Boat Festival.
Why is 在 translated as "during" rather then "at".
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Don't use 'at the Dragon Boat Festival', that suggests to me a festival in a specific geographical location or place.
You could say 'at 5 o'clock' or 'at midnight', because those are specific times. 'At Christmas time' designates a specific time in the year.
During the Dragon Boat Festival, everybody likes munching Zongzi.
On the day of the Dragon Boat Festival, everybody likes munching Zongzi.