September 21 is the Mid-Autumn Festival, also known as the Moon Festival. Most Asian countries and overseas Chinese reunite with their families, eat moon cakes and pomelo to celebrate the holidays.
Los Angeles, CA (The CTP News) – The Mid-Autumn Festival is on August 15 of the lunar calendar every year (approximately September to October in the Gregorian calendar). The original purpose of the Mid-Autumn Festival is to worship the moon. People think that the moon on this day is the roundest, symbolizing perfection and perfection. Therefore, people pray to the moon, hoping to bless their families to maintain their health and society to maintain peace. They also worship their ancestors to express gratitude.