How is the Mid-Autumn Festival in Auschalink?


Auschalink wishes you and your family a Happy Mid-Autumn Festival!

Origin of the Mid-Autumn Festival

The origins of the Mid-Autumn Festival are inextricably linked to the moon, and in some ways it is a remnant of the custom of honouring the moon. Originating in ancient times, popularised during the Han Dynasty and established during the Tang Dynasty, the Mid-Autumn Festival is one of the most important and oldest traditional festivals in China, and its influence covers many countries in East and Southeast Asia.

Due to the movement of the moon, the Mid-Autumn Festival is generally the brightest and roundest time of the year, so many myths, legends and customs are associated with the "full moon", such as Chang'e running to the moon, Wu Gang folding laurels and the Jade Rabbit pounding medicine.Custom dress

Eating mooncakes

Eating mooncakes is one of the most representative customs of the Mid-Autumn Festival. In the early days, moon cakes were used as a sacrificial offering to the moon god, but later they were gradually used as a festive food and given to friends and relatives. To this day, eating mooncakes has become an essential custom for the Mid-Autumn Festival in the north and south of China, so that on the day of the festival, people eat mooncakes as a sign of "reunion".

Mid-Autumn Reunion

Long may man live, long may he live ......

The Mid-Autumn Festival seems to be inseparable from the word "round". The bright "full moon" and the round mooncakes are all a symbol of people's expectation of "reunion". On this day, wanderers return home, and separated relatives gather together under the bright moon to enjoy the joy of reunion and miss their distant relatives.

filial piety

Filial piety is one of the traditional virtues of the Chinese nation, and the Mid-Autumn Festival provides an opportunity for wanderers away from home to pay filial respect to their elders and brothers. On this day people used to go out with their young and old, guessing lantern riddles, tying lanterns, enjoying osmanthus flowers and eating moon cakes. ...... splashes the joy of reunion in the beauty of the high autumn air, and pines for distant people in a bright moon and a coloured lantern.

Auschalink wishes you and your family a Happy Mid-Autumn Festival!

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