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Celebrate Mid-Autumn Festival with Natural Mandarin and HIBC

On Sep. 11th this year, Natural Mandarin will be celebrating the Mid-Autumn Festival together with HIBC. At the moment, we’re inviting Chinese language & culture learners and enthusiasts of various countries to come and join us. From 9:30-11:20am, every participator will be able to study to make mooncakes, 


do traditional Chinese Calligraphy and paper-cutting; meanwhile, you can also learn or tell stories about the Moon Festival.

Note: The party is free entry. Welcome to join us! If you would like to join, please add Alice’s WeChat 18665982694 to sing up.

Origination of Mid-Autumn Festival

The 15th day of August in lunar calendar is the traditional Mid-Autumn Festival in China. The Mid-Autumn Festival, also known as the Moon Festival, the Autumn Festival, and the Reunion Festival, is a traditional Chinese folk festival. It originated from the worship of the heavens, which evolved from the autumn rituals of the ancient times and has been passed down to the present.

On that Day, various activities will be done to celebrate this special festival, such as worshipping the moon god, appreciating the full moon, eating moon cakes,dancing to the moon, 

playing with lanterns,

Something more about moon cakes

Moon cakes are one of the most famous Chinese traditional pastries, the Mid-Autumn Festival holiday food. The moon cake is round and round, and it is shared by the family, which symbolizes reunion and harmony. Integrated with local customs and dietary habits, many styles of moon cakes have been developed such as Cantonese style, Beijing style, Suzhou style, Chaozhou style, and Yunnan style, which are loved by the people from all over the country. 


Event Details

Event Date: 
Wednesday, September 11, 2019 - 9:30am - 11:20am
Pricing Info: 
Free entry
Booking Phone Number: 
call us: +86-755-3395-5850