Introduction to Mid-Autumn Festival Customs


On October 1, 2020 (the 15th day of the 8th lunar month), we will usher in the Mid-Autumn Festival. The Mid-Autumn Festival is the second most important festival in China after the Spring Festival. In China, it is a reunion time for families. People celebrate it by lighting lanterns, appreciating the moon, and eating mooncakes.
 

Try Tastes of Mid-Autumn Festival from Time-honored Brands


The Mid-Autumn Festival on the 15th day of the 8th lunar month is one of the most important festivals for the people. How can the festival symbolizing reunion be short of delicious food? While inheriting the old flavor and sticking to the good quality, century-old brands are also making breakthroughs and innovations, responding to people's yearning and pursuit for a better life. In this Mid-Autumn Festival, we might as well try old tastes from time-honored brands.
 

Family Trips on Mid-Autumn Festiva

With autumn rains washing away the summer heat, summer has given place to autumn! This year's Mid-Autumn Festival coincides with the National Day, so don't waste this 8-day holiday! Why not go on a family trip and enjoy the crisp air of autumn? Autumn is arguably the most beautiful season in Beijing. The Beijing Chrysanthemum Cultural Festival kicked off,providing a perfect opportunity for taking photos! 

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