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28 ceramics wish you a happy Mid-Autumn Festival, happiness and well-being

2021-09-23

28 ceramics wish you a happy Mid-Autumn Festival, 

happiness and well-being


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Mid-Autumn Festival


                                  Mid-Autumn Festival is the second grandest festival in China after Chinese New Year. It's a 

                     time when families come together to appreciate the full moon and eat mooncakes during the festival.

                                  Mid-Autumn Festival is so-named as it is held on the 15th of the 8th lunar month in the 

                     Chinese calendar around the autumn equinox.[3] Its name is pronounced in Mandarin as Zhōngqiū Jié 

                     (simplified Chinese: 中秋节; traditional Chinese: 中秋節), Jūng-chāu Jit in Cantonese, and Tiong-chhiu

                      -cheh in Hokkien. It is also called Peh-goe’h-cheh (八月節, "Eighth Month Festival") in Hokkien.

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                               As one of the most important traditional Chinese festivals, the Mid-Autumn Festival falls on 

                       the 15th day of the eighth lunar month, September 21 this year.

                               As one of the most important traditional Chinese festivals, the Mid-Autumn Festival fallson 

                       the 15th day of the eighth lunar month, September 21 this year. 

                               lt takes its name from the fact that it is always celebrated in the middle of the autumn season.

                       The day is also known as the Moon Festival, as at that time of the year the moon is at its round-est 

                       and brightest.

                                This day is also considered a harvest festival since fruit, vegetables and grain have been har-

                        vested by this time.

                                lt is an evening celebration where families gather together to light lanterns, eat moon cakesand 

                        appreciate the round moon.The full moon is a symbol for family reunion, which is why'that day is 

                        also known as the Festival of Reunion.

                                The Chinese government listed the festival as intangible cultural heritage in 2006.lt was made 

                        a public holiday in 2008.


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Celebrates the Mid-Autumn Festival

It witnesses the full moon

And family reunion

Enjoy the moon cake with your family and friends


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