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The Mid-Autumn Festival is the second most important festival for a family reunion in China after the Spring Festival. Besides China, the Mid-Autumn Festival is also celebrated in many other Asian countries like Vietnam, Singapore, and Japan.
The Mid-Autumn Festival is also called the Moon Festival or Mooncake Festival. It would be celebrated on 21 September 2021. Gathering with families, eating moon cakes, and appreciating the fullest moon with lanterns, the Mid-Autumn Festival is a grand time for family reunions.
Besides those traditions in China, other Asian countries have their own unique customs of the Mid-Autumn Festival.
For example, the Mid-Autumn Festival is named Tết Trung Thu in Vietnamese. It is also known as a Children Festival. During the festival, parents will accompany their children and give them gifts like masks or lanterns. Most gifts are made by hand rather than buying at shops. Children would light lanterns and join in lion dance at the Mid-Autumn Festival.
Read Mid-Autumn Festival around the World to find more traditions in other countries.