Mid-Autumn Festival love

Mid-Autumn Festival

Definitions

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  • n. a popular harvest festival celebrated by Chinese, Japanese, Korean and Vietnamese people.

Etymologies

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Examples

  • In China, for example, this has occurred with the customary gifts of "moon cakes," exchanged during Mid-Autumn Festival, and with sticky rice cakes, typically given during Dragon Boat Festival.

    A Bribe By Any Other Name

  • It's just about Mid-Autumn Festival in China 中秋快乐! and I am eating mooncakes and attempting to listen the Buffalo Bills game via Internet radio.

    Artistic Students - 中秋快乐!

  • Anyway, Mid-Autumn Festival isn't an official holiday China prefers to skip one-day holidays and then give folks like three days off all at once, so after teaching I spent my holiday with Julia's family.

    gan_bei: Okay, so I've been busy. Really busy.

  • To kick things off, Rovio in September will be launching the "Moon Festival" episode of Angry Birds Seasons to coincide with the country's Mid-Autumn Festival.

    CNET News.com

  • This year's Mid-Autumn Festival falls on Sept. 22.

    Taipei Times

  • Meanwhile, with the Mid-Autumn Festival approaching, Ma yesterday called on the public to purchase moon cakes from bakeries run by physically and mentally challenged people.

    Taipei Times

  • Vietnamese children celebrating the Mid-Autumn Festival with traditional

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  • Ipoh Barat MCA division chairman Datuk Tan Chin Meng who is also Perak MCA secretary said the Mid-Autumn Festival, or popularly known as the Mooncake Festival, had little religious significance and was more of a cultural festival.

    Mooncake feast for 100

  • A boy lays a candle light on a river to mark the Mid-Autumn Festival in Chengdu, China in

    About.com China Online

  • However, just as the miracle of a Tex-Mex dinner comes with the heartbreak of punishing day-after flatulence, the miracle of Mid-Autumn Festival comes with its own curse: Mooncakes.

    Imagethief

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