Time flies! Now we ushered in the 2011 Mid-Autumn festival.
Mid-autumn Day is one of the import traditional Chinese festivals, falls on the fifteenth day of the eighth lunar month. On that night the moon is brighter and fuller than any other night. In China, Mid-autumn Day is a time for family reunions.
In ancient China, poets considered the moon as a symbol of brightness, purity, and goodness. They wrote many beautiful poems about the moon. The most popular one was a story about a lady on the moon. She flew to the moon and lived in the Moon Palace.
On Mid-autumn Day, almost everyone gets together with his or her family, eating mooncakes, chatting and watching the moon. Mooncake, whose round shape symbolizes both the fullness of the moon and family togetherness. There are many kinds of mooncakes. They are small round cakes with meat， nuts or something sweet inside . eating mooncakes has been our custom.
The Moon Festivals is one of three major Chinese holidays, along with the Spring and Dragon Boat Festival .On that day， families get together，so we call this day getting together. This is Mid-autumn Day. I love it very much.
Our Best Technology we will have a three day holiday(from Sep 10 to Sep 12) to celebrate the Mid-autumn Day and will reopen on Sep 13. Best Technology wish you all have a happy Mid-Autumn festival! Enjoy the beautiful life together with your family forever.