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Happy Mid-Autumn Festival!

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Mid-Autumn Festival, also known as Moon Eve, Autumn Festival, Mid-Autumn Festival, August Festival, August Meeting, Moon Pursuit Festival, Playing Moon Festival, Moonworship Festival, Daughters Festival or Reunion Festival, is a traditiona

 
Mid-Autumn Festival, also known as Moon Eve, Autumn Festival, Mid-Autumn Festival, August Festival, August Meeting, Moon Pursuit Festival, Playing Moon Festival, Moonworship Festival, Daughter's Festival or Reunion Festival, is a traditional cultural festival popular in many ethnic and Chinese cultural circles in China, on August 15th of the lunar calendar; because it is exactly half of the three autumns, so the name of Mid-Autumn Fe The Festival is scheduled for August 16. The Mid-Autumn Festival began in the early Tang Dynasty and prevailed in the Song Dynasty. By the Ming and Qing Dynasties, it had become one of the main festivals in China, which was as famous as the Spring Festival.
 
Origin of Mid Autumn Festival
About the origin of the Mid-Autumn Festival, there are roughly three kinds: originated from the ancient worship of the moon, the custom of singing and dancing to find a mate under the moon, and the custom of worshipping the land God in the ancient autumn newspaper.
The moon on August 15 is fuller and brighter than the full moon in other months, so it is also called "Moon Eve" and "August Festival". On this night, people look up to the bright moon in the sky like a platter of jade, and naturally look forward to family reunion. The travelers who are far away from home also take this opportunity to place their thoughts on their homeland and relatives. Therefore, the Mid-Autumn Festival is also known as the "reunion festival".
Mid autumn custom
It is a very old custom in our country. According to historical records, as early as the Zhou Dynasty, ancient emperors had the custom of offering sacrifices to the Spring Equinox, the Summer Solstice, the Autumn Equinox and the Winter Solstice. Its places of worship are called the Sun Altar, the Earth Altar, the Moon Altar and the Temple of Heaven. They are located in four directions, southeast and northwest.
Literati admire the moon
The custom of appreciating the moon originates from offering sacrifices to the moon. Serious sacrifices become relaxed pleasures. Folk Mid-Autumn Festival Moon-watching activities began in the Wei and Jin Dynasties, but did not become a habit. By the Tang Dynasty, Moon-watching and Moon-playing were very popular in the Mid-Autumn Festival, and many poets had poems chanting the moon in their masterpieces.
Mid autumn banquet
In ancient times, the court was the most elegant in the Mid-Autumn Feast custom of the Han nationality. For example, crabs were popular in the court of Ming Dynasty. After steaming crabs with cattail bags, people sat around and tasted them, accompanied by wine and vinegar. After eating, drink Suye soup and wash your hands with it. During the banquet area week, flowers, pomegranates and other fresh performances were performed in the Mid-Autumn Festival.
lanterns
Mid-Autumn Festival, there are many games, the first is to play lanterns. Mid-Autumn Festival is one of the three major lantern festivals in our country. We have to play with lights during the festival. Of course, the Mid-Autumn Festival does not have a large-scale lantern festival like Lantern Festival. The main way to play with lanterns is between families and children.
Rabbit
Mid-Autumn Festival, there are many games, the first is to play lanterns. Mid-Autumn Festival is one of the three major lantern festivals in our country. We have to play with lights during the festival. Of course, the Mid-Autumn Festival does not have a large-scale lantern festival like Lantern Festival. The main way to play with lanterns is between families and children.
 
On the occasion of the Mid-Autumn Festival
Happy Mid-Autumn Festival to you all!
The moon is full and everything is perfect!