Views: 38 Author: Luciana Wang Publish Time: 2020-09-29 Origin: Site
Chinese Mid-autumn Festival is one of the important festivals in China which is held on the 15th day of the eighth month of the lunar calendar. This year, the Mid-autumn falls on the first day of Oct, which is also China National holiday.
To celebrate these two festivals, China government issues a public holiday from Oct 1st to Oct 8th, citizens back to work on Oct 9th.
If you have an 8-day holiday, what will you do?
Our overseas team hold an activity named Mooncake Making in the office, this is our first time to make the mooncakes by ourselves, it was funny and quite enjoyable. We were making the stuff, preparing the mold, and making the mooncakes. Everyone had a good time!
In Chinese culture, mooncakes symbolize family reunion, people customarily offer mooncakes as gifs during the Mid-Autumn Festival. We would like to take this chance to send our best wishes to you and your family!