Posted September 19, 2005on:
The Chinese Moon Festival, or sometimes called the Mid-Autumn Festival, takes place on the 15th day of the eighth lunar month. The festival dates back to the Tang dynasty 618 A.D. and celebrates the biggest and brightest full moon of the year, the harvest moon.
The Moon Festival is a holiday in China. It’s an occasion for family reunions. Chinese families like to get together to eat the moon cakes and watch the moon at the Moon Festival night. Just like other Chinese families who wish to commemorate this festival, we spent Sunday playing the dice, partaking of a hearty dinner and just spending time with loved ones.
~~~~~HAPPY BIRTHDAY TO EYA!!!~~~~~