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Mid-Autumn 2018 Festival Holiday Notice
Sep 26, 2018

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The origin of mooncakes in China Mid-Autumn Festival

Mid-Autumn Festival eating moon cakes originated in the Ming Dynasty. The founding emperor of the Ming Dynasty, Zhu Yuanzhang, decided to eat moon cakes during the Mid-Autumn Festival. In this way, eating moon cakes at the Mid-Autumn Festival has become a traditional custom in China.

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The Goddess Chang'e fly to the moon

The Goddess Chang'e fly to the moon story of myths and legends in ancient China tells us that she was persecuted by the wicked. In desperation, she ate the two undead medicines given to her husband by the Western Queen. Then fly to the things on the moon.

There are many myths about the Mid-Autumn Festival. For example, the jade rabbit peony, Wu Gang cuts the laurel tree on the moon.In modern times, the Mid-Autumn Festival is an important festival in China. The Mid-Autumn Festival contains a lot of traditional culture and have a great significance to the Chinese.The Mid-Autumn Festival symbolizes the joy of family reunion. Because the moon on August 15th of the lunar calendar is very round, and the mooncakes that everyone eats are also round, the Mid-Autumn Festival means family reunion. Thanks to this wonderful wish, the Mid-Autumn Festival has become an important festival in the hearts of Chinese people.

In this wonderful festival, all employees of Xianheng International Science&Technology Co., Ltd.  wish all overseas customers good health and good luck.