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Happy Mid-Autumn Festival and National Day

Time: 2023-09-26 Comment: 38

The National Day of China, also known as the Mid-Autumn Festival, is celebrated on October 1st every year and is a festival for the Chinese people to reflect on the history and culture of the nation and to express their patriotic feelings.

The Mid-Autumn Festival has a long history, dating back more than 2,000 years. In ancient times, the Chinese people would hold celebrations to mark the end of the harvest season and to give thanks for a good harvest. Today, the Mid-Autumn Festival is celebrated with a variety of events, including fireworks displays, parades and cultural performances.

Mooncakes, round pastries made with various ingredients such as lotus seed paste, red bean paste and egg yolks, symbolize reunion and happiness and are often shared with friends and family during the festival.

In addition to mooncakes, the National Day is also associated with lanterns, which are usually hung outdoors to decorate houses and streets, and are believed to light the way for Chang'e, the goddess of the moon, to return to the moon.

In short, China's National Day is a day for the Chinese people to come together and celebrate the history, culture and unity of the motherland, to look back on the past, to enjoy the present and to look forward to the future.


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