What has three names and celebrates the moon? China’s Mid-Autumn Festival, also known as the Moon Festival or Harvest Moon Festival, is celebrated on September 10th this year.

Mid-Autumn Festival

Mid-Autumn Festival, Zhongqiu Jie (中秋节) in Chinese, is also called the Moon Festival or the Mooncake Festival. It is the second most important festival in China after Chinese New Year. It is also celebrated by many other Asian countries, such as Singapore, Malaysia, and the Philippines.
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How to Celebrate the Mid-Autumn Festival

Traditions of the Mid-Autumn Festival focus on thanksgiving and reunion. The full moon symbolises unity, which should resonate strongly in today's fast-paced world. The most common traditions are eating moon cakes and gazing at the moon. Besides, ethnic minorities across China have their own unique customs.
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Top 16 Mid-Autumn Festival Fun Facts

Mid-Autumn Festival is the second-most-important traditional festival in China, after the Chinese New Year. Here we are going to talk about 16 fun facts that you might not know about this traditional festival.
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Make Your Own Mooncakes

Mooncake is the indispensable Chinese dessert served during the mid-autumn festival. This is the perfect time for me to share with you the mooncake recipe that I have just made. The style and purpose of this festive dessert have evolved considerably in the modern day. Various cake shops and restaurants produce mooncakes with different varieties and designs, packed in deluxe boxes with elegant decoration.
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