Mid Autumn Festival and Chinese National Fest

 This year, the Mid-Autumn Festival and the Chinese National Day fall on the same day: October 1.

In China, the Mid-Autumn Festival is one of the most important festivals of the year after the Spring Festival which marks the start of the New Year. As often, there are different ways to celebrate the Mid-Autumn Festival depending on where you are in China, but the essence of this festival is to admire the moon during a walk afterwards. a family dinner. In Shanghai, this dinner is often composed of ravioli with a peanut sauce. The 15th day of the 8th lunar month corresponds to the roundest and brightest full moon of the year ...

The flagship food of this festival is the moon cake. It can taste different, but the most traditional is moon cake with red bean paste and vinegared egg yolk.


When we cut it, we see the moon appear ...

We wish you all a Happy Mid-Autumn Festival, don't forget to admire the full moon tonight, as well as a happy national holiday to all Chinese!

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