九月。 中秋節。 元宵節 。 月餅
中秋節On Today it is 29th September 2023 a very longest wintery season since last year- summer is cancelled- spring is only a guest…beginning 29th September 2023 mild cool spring as a guest in with crispy September weather week in which saying happy mid-autumn festival Lantern Festival everyone in which happens to fall on celebrating with mooncakes … that’s celebrate with family in the Asian Chinese communities… in least than a week time on in which the full moon on the 29th – September -6th October 2023 in which the celebration festival dates back to the Shang dynasty three thousand years ago before the Zhou Dynasty … storytelling narratives of of the great general lovely devotion for his wife Chang’e of offerings of mooncakes also The traditional lanterns are designed with the lucky color red, among Other popular Moon Festival legends include the Jade Rabbit jade maiden …
In Chinese culture, roundness symbolizes completeness and togetherness. A full moon symbolizes prosperity and reunion for the whole family. Round mooncakes complement the harvest moon in the night sky at the Mid-Autumn Festival..
It is said that if you look up at the moon, you can see an outline of the Jade Rabbit pounding with a pestle. More than just cute, fluffy, and white, the Jade Rabbit is a sign of selflessness, piety, and sacrifice..
中秋節The Mid-Autumn Festival is the festival of Mid-Autumn. It falls in the second month of autumn and is marked by the fifteenth full moon. This day is in the midst of the three autumns, so it is called the “Mid-Autumn Festival”. The moonlight is brighter than usual this night, which is also called “moon eve”. Because the Mid-Autumn Festival falls in autumn and August, it is also known as the “Autumn Festival” and “August Festival”; because of worshiping and worshiping the moon, it is also called the “Moon Festival” and “Moon Festival”; during the Mid-Autumn Festival, families reunite and married daughters go home. Reunion, so it is also called “Reunion Festival” and “Girls’ Day”; in mid-autumn, various fruits are ripe and on the market, so it is called “Fruit Festival”. The Dong people call it “Pumpkin Festival”, and the Mulao people call it “Housheng Festival”. During the Mid-Autumn Festival, people gather to admire the moon, offer sacrifices, and celebrate the harvest.
The Mid-Autumn Festival is also known as the “Correct Month”. Records about the “Reunion Festival” were first seen in literary works of the Ming Dynasty. “West Lake Tour Zhiyu” says: “August 15th is the Mid-Autumn Festival, and people send moon cakes to each other to symbolize reunion.” “A Brief Introduction to the Scenery of the Imperial Capital” also says: “When worshiping the moon on August 15th, the cakes must be round , the teeth will be wrong when dividing melons, and the petals will be carved like lotus flowers. … If a woman returns to peace, she will return to her husband’s house on this day, which is called the Reunion Festival.”
Initially, the “Moon Festival” was held on the “autumn equinox” day of the 24th solar term in the Ganzhi calendar, but later it was moved to the 15th day of the eighth month of the Xia calendar (lunar calendar). According to the Chinese calendar, the eighth month of the lunar calendar is in the middle of autumn and is the second month of autumn, so it is called “Zhongqiu”. The fifteenth day of August is in the middle of “Zhongqiu”, so it is called “Mid-Autumn Festival
Chasing the moon
The so-called “chasing the moon” means that after the fifteenth day of the eighth lunar month, the excitement is still not over, so on the next night, many people invite relatives and friends to continue admiring the moon, which is called “chasing the moon.” According to the preface to “Lingnan Miscellaneous Notes” by Chen Zihou of the Qing Dynasty: “On the 16th night of August, good people in Guangdong gather relatives and friends to feast and enjoy the moon. This is called chasing the moon.”
On the night of the full moon of the Mid-Autumn Festival, many lanterns are hung in public places. People gather together to guess the riddles written on the lanterns. Because it is a favorite activity of most young men and women, and love stories are also spread in these activities, so guessing lantern riddles during the Mid-Autumn Festival A form of love between men and women has also been derived.
Moon cakes, also called moon cakes, harvest cakes, palace cakes, reunion cakes, etc., were tributes to the moon god during the Mid-Autumn Festival in ancient times. Mooncakes were originally used as offerings to worship the moon god. Later, people gradually regarded admiring the moon and tasting mooncakes during the Mid-Autumn Festival as a symbol of family reunion. Moon cakes symbolize reunion, and people regard them as festive food, using them to worship the moon and give them to relatives and friends. Today, eating moon cakes has become a must-have custom for the Mid-Autumn Festival in all parts of northern and southern China. On the Mid-Autumn Festival, people eat moon cakes to show “reunion.”
中秋節 Mid-Autumn Festival – The moon fills the heavenly palace, sending my longing for you from afar. China Manned Spaceflight wishes everyone a family reunion and a happy Mid-Autumn Festival!
The full moon rises in the sky, let’s fly together in the dream
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May all good things come to fruition like the Mid-Autumn Moon! Star Glory wishes everyone a happy Mid-Autumn Festival!
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Galaxy Power Aerospace wishes you a happy Mid-Autumn Festival and National Day!
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