DECAI Mid-Autumn Festival holiday notice

Mid-Autumn Festival holiday is a public holiday. It is a day off for the general population, and schools and most businesses are closed.

Holiday time:September 19, 2021-September 21, holiday (three days in total)

DECAI Mid-Autumn Festival holiday notice

The Mid-Autumn Festival is a traditional festival in our country. Its festival originates from the ancient people's sacrifice to the moon, and it is the relic and derivation of the custom of the Chinese nation to worship the moon. Since ancient times, the Mid-Autumn Festival has had customs such as worshipping the moon, admiring the moon, eating moon cakes, and admiring flower lanterns, which have been passed down for a long time.

The Mid-Autumn Festival is a traditional festival in our country, which carries the cultural heritage and ideological essence of the Chinese nation. In order to promote the traditional virtues of neighborhood unity, mutual help and harmony, "Our Festival" is deeply rooted in the hearts of the people. As the Mid-Autumn Festival is approaching, all departments and units in Qilihe District have fully created a strong festive atmosphere of "harmony, reunion, harmony and reunion".

The custom of eating moon cakes and gifting moon cakes on the Mid-Autumn Festival is growing, and moon cakes have the symbolic meaning of "reunion".

The origin of the Mid-Autumn Festival:

The Mid-Autumn Festival originated from the worship of the moon in ancient times and has a long history. The term "Mid-Autumn Festival" was first recorded in "Zhou Li". Because of the ancient Chinese calendar, August 15th in the lunar calendar coincides with the autumn of the year, and it is mid-August, so it is called "Mid-Autumn". In addition, in the four seasons of the year, each season is divided into three parts: "Meng, Zhong and Ji", so the second month of autumn is called "Zhong Qiu". It was not until the early years of the Tang Dynasty that the Mid-Autumn Festival became a fixed holiday. There are still folk legends of "Wu Gang's attacking osmanthus and Chang'e flying to the moon".

In short, according to historical records, ancient emperors often had moon sacrifices, and the date was set on August 15 of the lunar calendar. Because it was halfway through the third autumn, it was named "Mid-Autumn Festival". believes that this is the origin of the Mid-Autumn Festival.

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Post time: Sep-18-2021