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Entire East Asia celebrating mooncake festival!

The mooncake festival (also popularly known as Mid Autumn Festival) is celebrated by the Chinese and Vietnamese people. They celebrate harvest, family reunions and hope for another good year!The name comes from popular tradition to eat and gift mooncakes. Another notable part of this celebration is to carry brightly lit colorful lanterns. In some countries like Singapore, Hongkong they also organize lantern painting competitions. Streets get decorated with cute paper lanterns and kids participate... continue reading

Mid-Autumn festival..

Mid-Autumn festival, also called Mooncake festival is a popular harvest festival celebrated by Chinese.Here I have two mooncake photos:Do you like to eat mooncake? Even I am chinese but I don't like..Note:The second photo is my daughter's hand..I promised to her, the first sale earnings of this photo will give to her.She is waiting for it... :) continue reading

Chinese Mid-Autumn Festival

The Mid-Autumn Festival, Sept.14 2008, is celebrated on the 15th day of the 8the month of the lunar calendar.It is known asfestival of reunion like Spring Festival in China.All family members congregate and enjoy the full moon - an auspicious symbol of abundance, harmony and luck.On this special day I will usually go back to my parent's home . After a family reunion dinner,we will sit together and eat mooncakeswith a good cup of piping hot Chinese tea. It's a very happy evening for me. continue reading

Mid-Autumn Festival

Today (Asian time) is Mid-Autumn Festival in Chinese culture and most people will have a holiday to spend time with their families. It's a very lovely festival that we will celebrate the full moon with lantern and a special food called Mooncake. (Kids are most excited because that's the only day they're allowed to play with fire ;-)I'm glad to share our happiness with you. Cheers! continue reading

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