Mid Autumn’s Festival (中秋節 Zhōng qiū jié) is also known as Moon Festival. It is a traditional festival celebrated in China, Taiwan, Singapore, Malaysia, and Hong Kong. It is the 2nd most important Chinese holiday after Chinese New Year, it is held on the 15th day of the 8th lunar month, normally between mid-September to early October. It falls on these dates for 2020 to 2022.
Oct 1st 2020
September 21 2021
September 10 2022
On Mid Autumn’s Festival, the Chinese believe that the moon is at its brightest and fullest size, coinciding with harvest time in the middle of Autumn. This important festival is celebrated by family gathering with:
Decorating and displaying lanterns (as beacons to light our way to prosperity and good luck)
Making and eating mooncakes, a rich pastry filled with sweet-bean, lotus-seed, and many other tasty fillings
Watching the full moon, while listening to Chinese and folks tales (about 后羿 Hòu Yì and 嫦娥Cháng’é).
Watch “All you need to know about Mid Autumn’s Festival” by SCMP:
It is time to learn how to make lanterns together:
An awesome story about the moon: A Taste of the Moon (By Michael Grejniec) 月亮的味道（作者：格雷涅茨）
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