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This day is also considered as a harvest festival since fruits, vegetables and grain are harvested by this time.

 

Here are the things you should know about this special occasion, perhaps they could be a guide to what you can do on this day.

 

Legend

 

Mid-Autumn Festival's legend concerns Houyi, an archer, who saved the earth by shooting down nine of the suns. He became a tyrant and stole an elixir from a goddess, but his beautiful wife, Change'e [url=http://www.authentic49ersstore.com/49ers-Solomon-Thomas-Draft-Jersey/]Solomon Thomas Jersey[/url] , drank it to save the people from her husband's forever tyrannical rule.

 

After drinking it, she found herself floating, grabbed a rabbit to keep her company and then flew to the moon. When the local people heard this, they arranged incense tables to worship the goddess Chang'e, praying for happiness and safety. Since then, worshipping and appreciating the moon during Mid-Autumn festival has become popular.

 

History

 

Mid-Autumn Festival celebrations date back to more than 2,000 years ago. In feudal times, Chinese emperors prayed to Heaven for a prosperous year. They chose the morning of the 15th day of the second lunar month to worship the sun and the night of the 15th day of the eighth lunar month to hold a ceremony in praise of the moon.

 

It was not until the early Tang Dynasty (618-907) that the day was officially celebrated as a traditional festival. It became an established festival during the Song Dynasty (960-1279), and has become as popular as the Spring Festival since the Ming (1368-1644) and Qing (1644-1911) dynasties. Celebrations have continued ever since and more customs for marking this occa Everyone uses computers. You c. [url=http://www.wholesaleairmaxcheap.us/]wholesale air max black friday[/url]   [url=http://www.cheapairmax95wholesale.com/]Cheap Air Max[/url]   [url=http://www.cheapairmax90essential.com/]Cheap Air Max[/url]   [url=http://www.airmaxwholesalechina.com/nike-air-max-97-wholesale-china/]nike air max 97 wholesale china[/url]   [url=http://www.airmaxshoeswholesalechina.com/]air max shoes wholesale[/url]   [url=http://www.airmax270womenssale.com/]Cheap Air Max Kids[/url]   [url=http://www.airjordanretrosforsale.com/]Jordan 12 Shoes For Sale[/url]   [url=http://www.2018airmaxsale.com/]Air Max 2018 Outlet[/url]   [url=http://www.cheapwholesalenikenfljerseys.com/]Cheap NFL Jerseys[/url]   [url=http://www.cheapdiscountjerseysnfl.com/]Cheap NFL Jerseys China[/url] 



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