"China's Mid-Autumn Festival and National Day are two high-profile traditional festivals in China, which not only carry a long history, but also rich in profound cultural connotations.
The Mid-Autumn Festival, also known as the Full Moon Festival, is usually celebrated on the 15th day of the eighth lunar month. Its origin can be traced back to the ancient sacrificial custom of thousands of years ago, with the main meaning of Thanksgiving for the autumn harvest and family reunion. People enjoy the moon and eat moon cakes, expressing good wishes for family affection, reunion and a better future. The moon has also become a symbol of the festival, symbolizing completeness and reunion.
National Day, the celebration of China's National Day, is held on October 1 every year. It originated from the founding of the People's Republic of China in 1949, and is a day for the Chinese people to celebrate the country's independence and prosperity. National Day is not only a time to show national strength and self-confidence, but also a time for people to gather together to celebrate the prosperity of the motherland. The lively parade, the grand fireworks show and the scene of waving the national flag all reflect the special significance of National Day.
The Mid-Autumn Festival and the National Day, one symbolizes family and reunion, the other symbolizes the independence and prosperity of the country. These two festivals reflect the profound heritage of Chinese culture and the prosperity of the country, and also witness the harmonious integration of the traditional and modern Chinese nation. Let us HUAYUAN mobile stage
in this special moment, wish the Mid-Autumn Festival and National Day double festival, the country is prosperous and the people are safe, happy reunion!"