When summer ends, and it’s time for harvest, the Chinese have a tradition of celebratingLunar New Year Traditions & Inspirations for Your Next Celebration the Moon Festival. The festival, which celebrates togetherness with family, is also known as the Mid-Autumn Festival and celebrated in many Southeast Asian countries. University students of Chinese marked the festival with a performance that was open to students. Food was served afterwards. Students are not just learning a language, they are also learning Chinese culture, foreign language Professor Bonny Yu said.
- The Moon Festival is held at the end of summer, before the harvest. “It’s a good time to get together
- It’s also known as the Mid-Autumn Festival and exists in one form or another in many countries in Southeast Asia and around the world
- celebration of the Chinese Moon Festival, a tradition that celebrates the end of summer and togetherness with family.
“It’s also known as the Mid-Autumn Festival and exists in one form or another in many countries in Southeast Asia and around the world.”