Mid-Autumn Festival, also known as the Moon Festival, Autumn Festival, Mid-Autumn Festival, August Festival, August Festival, Chasing Festival, Moon Festival, Moon Festival, Daughter's Day or Reunion Festival, is popular in many ethnic groups and Chinese cultural circles in China. The traditional cultural festivals of the countries are on the 15th day of the lunar calendar.
The Mid-Autumn Festival began in the early years of the Tang Dynasty and flourished in the Song Dynasty. By the time of the Ming and Qing Dynasties, it had become one of the traditional Chinese festivals with the same name as the Spring Festival. Influenced by Chinese culture, the Mid-Autumn Festival is also a traditional festival for some Chinese in East Asia and Southeast Asia, especially local Chinese. Since 2008, the Mid-Autumn Festival has been listed as a national legal holiday. On May 20, 2006, the State Council was included in the first batch of national intangible cultural heritage.
The custom of enjoying the moon in the Mid-Autumn Festival was very popular in the Tang Dynasty. Many poets have the verses of Haoyue in their famous articles. In the Song Dynasty, the Mid-Autumn Festival was more prosperous, and on this day, "Yujia knot decorated Taiwanese, folks compete for the restaurant to play the moon." The courts and folks in the Ming and Qing Dynasties and the folks have more scales to enjoy the moon-watching activities. There are many historical sites such as the "Yueyuetan", "Yueyue Pavilion" and "Wangyuelou".
The literati doctors have a special liking for the appreciation of the moon. They either go to the building to take the moon or rafting to invite the moon, drink poetry and poetry, leaving behind a lot of popular eternal singers. For example, Du Fu's "August 15th Night Month" uses the fifteenth month of the symbolic reunion to reflect on the wandering and sorrow of his own hometown; the Song Dynasty writer Hao Su, the Mid-Autumn Festival, and the drunkenness of "The Water Melody", borrowing the moon's circle Clutch. To this day, the family is sitting together and enjoying the beautiful scenery of the moon is still one of the essential activities of the Mid-Autumn Festival. The Mid-Autumn Festival to enjoy the moon and eat moon cakes is a must-have custom of the Mid-Autumn Festival in China. As the saying goes: "August 15th is the round, Mid-Autumn moon cake is sweet and sweet." The word moon cake originated from the "Meng Liang Lu" of Wu Zimu in the Southern Song Dynasty. At that time, it was only a kind of snack food. Later, people gradually combined the moon and moon cakes, meaning family reunion, and missed.
On the occasion of the Mid-Autumn Festival
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Send you eight rounds of "month" in advance: May you and your family~
Body "month" comes "month" stick，
Smile "month" to "month" sweet，
Banknote "month" comes "month"，
Life "month" comes "month".