Today is Middle Autumn Day. I love this festival very much when i am a teenager.
At that time, all my family seat around a table and ate mooncakes ,oranges and other delicious food. We admired the moon, talked about the moon and some stories about Godness in the moon and that pig.....
But since i was in middle school, i had few opportunities to celebrate Middle Autumn Day with my family because I have to study for the purpose of entering university.
Now i am in the university dormitory, I, therefore have no way to celebrate the day with my family. They are so farway. What i ony can do is to call them and bless them a happy day.
This afternoon, i have two classes untill seven. I think tonight, there will be many people in the supermarket to buy mooncakes.
i want to eat mooncakes ,oranges......
Wish everyone have a happy Middle Autumn Day.
Mid Autumn Festival is a traditional festival of China. It used to be as important as Spring Festival .It is usually celebrated in September or October. This festival is to celebrate the harvest and to enjoy the beautiful moon light. To some extent, it is like Thanks Giving day in western countries. On this day, people usually get together with their families and have a nice meal.
After that, people always eat delicious moon cakes, and watch the moon. The moon is always very round on that day, and makes people think of their relatives and friends. It is a day of pleasure and happiness. Hope you have a wonderful Mid Autumn festival!
The Mid-Autumn is a very important Chinese festival. It falls on the 15th day of August. A few days before the festival, everyone in the family will help to make the house clean and beautiful. Lanterns will be hung in front of the house.
On the evening there will be a big family dinner. People who work far away from their homes will try to come back for the union. After dinner, people will light the lanterns which are usually red and round. Children will play with their own toy lanterns happily.
At night the moon is usually round and bright. People can enjoy the moon while eating moon-cakes which are the special food for this festival. They can look back on the past and look forward to the future together. It is said that there was a dragon in the sky. The dragon wanted to swallow up the moon. To protect the frighten the dragon away.
The Moon Festival, always celebrated on August 15 of the lunar calendar, is one of the most traditional of Chinese holiday. It is several hundred years old and many beautiful tales about it have been handed down from generation to generation. On this day we eat a special kind of pastry called Moon Cake--it represents the moon and also means family reunion. It has long been a practice in our family to get together for a small moonlight party at the New Park on the evening of August 15. Cousins and some friends sometimes join us.
Sitting or lying on the soft grass, some of us chat happily and others listen to music. And amidst shouts and laughter of children chasing around excitedly, I sit quietly at a corner watching the bright, beautiful moon.
The mid-autumn festival is coming,people are very happy.
The mid-autumn festival is a very important chinese festival.at this time the moon is round and bright, home of people together to eat moon cakes, looking at the moon. the moon cake is a circular ,the symbolic reunion, so everybody like it.
In this festival,i hope everyone in the world will stay with family,share love from the family forever,and i hope everybody‘s dream will come true.
I think the middle-autumn festival is a very nice festival for chinese people.
Mother said that the Mid-Autumn festival is our traditional festival, is also a day for the family, my aunt will take two little cousin came backfromHong Kong holiday, Im glad to, but I have school today, its very disappointing.
When I came homefromschool, I saw my aunt and two little Cousins have come back. I told my cousin, "do you have any homework? Lets finish the homework and play again." The two of us began to do our homework carefully, and my aunt saw that we were good children. We were very happy, very proud and proud. When we finished our homework, my mother told us to have dinner quickly, saying that we would appreciate the moon later. We had finished our meal, see the cartoon for a moment, the mother call we ShangTianTai play, (we) to tiantai see, old grandmother already ready to enjoy the food, there are moon cakes on the table, apple, grapefruit, oranges, grapes, river, water chestnut and so on, I see more dazzling, really want to eat immediately, but person not here, so we have to play with my cousin and cousin for lanterns, little cousins lantern is a house, my cousin is a dragon, I was a lamb. After a while, the man got together, the moon came out, the moon is really round and really bright! We were so happy that we were all around the table, chatting and eating.
How time flies! We have to go to school tomorrow, so we have to go home early. What about next years Mid-Autumn festival?
Every year The Mid-Autumn Festival in August 15 at this time the people all want to eat the moon cake, to enjoy looking at the moon, the moom is very beautiful. THIS Festival is also a family holiday .and we are also stay together.The family member are happy, because that day moon is roundest.but the most happy thing is we can get together .Also has many wonderful stories about midautumn festivals moon, is having these expectation, Midautumn Festival, We also enjoyed looking at the moon this year.That is the Mid-Autumn Day in my mind. I will always re-member: East or West, home is best.
I think Mid-Autumn Day is an old traditional festival in China. Everybody likes it because its a family get-together. You see it is called"Mid-Autumn Day", so it often comes in September or October. It is on the 15th of the 8th of the lunar month. Now, lets say something about this interesting festival.
Firstly, Id like to say something about the moon. I like it very much because I want to be an astronaut in the future. That day the moon is round, big, just like a beautiful plate hanging on the blue cloth. When I see the moon, I will remember the ancient myths——the godess Chang Er and her little rabbit are playing under the tree which Wu Gang grows. I will also think about Armstrongs first moonwalk. I will also miss the friends in Tai-wan island, in Macao and Chinese people who are abroad. I know they are missing us very much, too.
Secondly, I11 say something about the tradition on Mid-Autumn Day. Look!Theres a big tree in a garden of a Chinese fami-ly. All the family members are sitting around a big table under the tree in the open air. They are eating the mooncakes and admiring the full moon in the sky. That is a family reunion dinner. The mooncakes and the moon represent the love from a family. I think this is one of the most valuable things in the world.
Thirdly，it is a very good opportunity to make three wishes on Mid-Autumn Day. My wishes are: the first, I, an astronaut in the future, would like to go to the moon one day, and stay with the sky and stars; the second, I hope every person in the world will stay with family, share love from the family forever; the third, I hope everybodys dream will come true.
That is the Mid-Autumn Day in my mind. I will always re-member: East or West, home is best.
I liked the Autumn Festival very much when I was a small girl, because I was with my family then. On the evening of August 15 of the lunar calendar, when the moon was brightest, we always sat together outside in our yard to eat moon cakes, eaten only on this occasion, and enjoy the beautiful moonlight. Mother would then tell me the story of the moon fairy Chang-o, who lived in a palace on the moon, with a jade rabbit for companion. I always imagined that I was the moon fairy whenever I heard the story. When I grew older, however, I was compelled to leave home for education in the city. And now I am living alone away from home. The August moon only serves to remind me of the lost happy days I had with my family in the country.
In China, Mid-autumn Day is considered to be a symbol of family reunion. On this day, all the family members gather together at home to celebrate this special occasion. Last year, I could not celebrate the festival with my family because I was in university. However, this special day left a deep impression on me.
I still remember the atmosphere of that evening. All the students who could not go back home assembled in our classroom, having a party to celebrate this traditional festival. We tried our best to show our own enthusiasm.
As an ethnic minority, I performed a peacock dance, which received warm applause. After the two-hour party, we went out to the playground and sat together to appreciate the moon because it is a tradition on Mid-autumn Day. We ate moon cakes, played cards, and listened to romantic poems recited by one of our classmates. In that harmonious atmosphere, nobody felt lonely or homesick even though we were far away from our homes.
Thanks to our classmates, I experienced such a colorful and interesting Mid-autumn Day at my university. Thus, I learned to value all the festivals I spent during my university life.
Midautumn Festival is a Chinas ancient holiday, because in August 15 this day is in autumn center, therefore is called Midautumn Festival. The holiday characteristic is eats the moon cake and raises the lantern.
Midautumn Festival and the lunar calendar new year are same, is a family member happy ending family member. Night of the midautumn festival, the moon roundest, is brightest, moonlight also brightest America. Each and every family food and so on fruits and melons, moon cake, suspends in the courtyard on the table, the whole family enjoys looking at the moon at the same time eats the moon cake at the same time, is precisely “the space turn only then holds, the world common people raise look”， this is the how happy prospect.
Midautumn Festivals traditional food is the moon cake, the moon cake is a circular, the symbolic reunion , had reflected people happy desire which reunite to the family member. Midautumn Festival eats the moon cake it is said to begin in the Yuan Dynasty, at that time.
Zhu Yuan hang led the Han Nationality people to revolt against the Yuan Dynasty tyranny, agreed in August 15 this day revolt, by presented as a gift the moon cake the means to clamp mutually the note in the moon cake transmits the news. Midautumn Festival eats the moon cake the custom then to spread in the folk.
Afterwards, Zhu Yuan hang finally overthrew Yuan Dynasty, first emperor which became the Ming Dynasty, although after that the Qing Dynasty person was in charge China, but the people still celebrated this symbol to overthrow the holiday which the alien race ruled.