Culture Learning: Mid-Autumn Festival

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Culture Learning: Mid-Autumn Festival

Post by star-little » Sat Sep 26, 2020 7:11 pm

The Mid-Autumn Festival celebrates the moon when it’s supposedly the roundest and fullest during the year. The festival is associated with family reunions, harvest, and of course mooncakes. People decorate streets, homes, and businesses with lanterns, traditionally handmade with paper, though bulb-lit ones are popular these days.
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Re: Culture Learning: Mid-Autumn Festival

Post by Nandy84 » Fri May 20, 2022 7:47 pm

Saturday, 10 September, 2022 is the mid-autumn festival.
Getting together with family members to watch the full moon, and eating the delicious Chinese mooncakes are the ways to celebrate the mid-autumn festival.
Decorating and displaying lanterns is also common.
People took the Mid-Autumn Festival to be a celebration of their hard work and harvests.
Eating mooncakes is the most common and representative tradition of the day.
The Mid-Autumn Festival, also known as the Moon Festival or Mooncake Festival,

Hope this year brings more prosperity to you and your family!



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