By Greg Rodgers. Perhaps second only to the Lunar New Year in popularity, participants observing the Chinese Moon Festival share fun, often-overpriced cakes mooncakes with people they appreciate. Some are tasty; some are as dense as hockey pucks and get filled with exotic ingredients. The Chinese Moon Festival is also a joyous time for family, friends, and couples to reunite under a full moon during harvest September or October. All take a little time to appreciate the beautiful full moon on what is hopefully the clearest night of the year. The round shape and completeness of the full moon symbolize reunited pieces.
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Chinese Moon Festival: Enjoying the Mid-Autumn Festival
The Mid-Autumn Festival is a harvest festival celebrated notably by the Chinese and Vietnamese   people. The festival is held on the 15th day of the 8th month of the lunar calendar with full moon at night, corresponding to late September to early October of the Gregorian calendar with a full moon at night. Mooncakes , a rich pastry typically filled with sweet-bean or lotus-seed paste, are traditionally eaten during the festival. Traditions and myths surrounding the festival are formed around these concepts,  although traditions have changed over time due to changes in technology, science, economy, culture, and religion. The Chinese have celebrated the harvest during the autumn full moon since the Shang dynasty c.
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Falling on the 15th day of the 8th month according to the Chinese lunar calendar , the Mid-Autumn Festival is the second grandest festival in China after the Chinese New Year. It takes its name from the fact that it is always celebrated in the middle of the autumn season. The day is also known as the Moon Festival, as at that time of the year the moon is at its roundest and brightest.
Library resources are accessed openly by Case wired computers or by using the Case Wireless network. If connecting in any other method, please install, turn on, and log into VPN. At the bottom of the KSL homepage, a green light says you have full access. The celebration is on the 15th day of the eighth lunar month, which is the middle of the autumn season the autumn season being the seventh, eighth, and ninth lunar months. In the Gregorian calendar, the festival falls sometime around mid- to late September, or early October.