Tag Archives: Mid-Autumn Festival

Moon festival, Mid-Autumn Festival, Zhongqiu festival

The Chinese Moon festival is on the 15th of the 8th Lunar month. Moon Festival is known as Mid-Autumn Festival, Zhongqiu festival or Union Festival. It is the second largest Chinese traditional festivals in China. There are a lot of beautiful legends about Moon Festival. The favorite beautiful legend is ChangEr (嫦娥), Hare and Woodchopper.… Read More »

Moon Festival or Mid-Autumn Festival 2011

09/12/2011 is Chinese Moon Festival. Moon festival is also called Mid-Autumn festival. Moon festival represents union and harmony since it is said the moon is the brightest and biggest on this day. Moon festival is the second important Chinese traditional festival. Moon cake and fruits are the traditional food for moon festival. On this day,… Read More »

Moon Festival 2009

What is Moon Festival? Moon Festival is also called Mid-Autumn Festival. It is known as one of the four biggest Chinese traditional festival (Spring Festival, Dragon Boat Festival, Tomb Sweeping Festival and Moon Festival). Moon Festival is on the Lunar calendar August 15. It is said that the moon is the “biggest” and “brightest” in… Read More »