Vietnam’s Mid-Autumn Moon Festival happens on the whole moon night, the most beguiling and beautiful night of this current year. The festival includes the propensities for moon considering, parade of moon and star – formed lamps, lion moving, notwithstanding holding gatherings with moon cakes and natural products. Do you comprehend why we have this uncommon festival?
The mooncakes Festival dates back up to 15-20,000 decades back in Southeast Asia, and is traditionally held on the 15th day of the 8th Lunar Month. Taking a look at the moon on this day, you will understand that its orbit is at the bottom angle to the horizon, which makes the moon look larger and brighter than at any other time of the year. Thus, so, there came a festival with a series of entertainment activities in honor of the gorgeous full moon.
As per antiquated original copies, the Emperor regularly wanted to go to the Palace on the Moon. At that point, with the help of an entertainer, he was taken to the Moon and invited by a lot of excellent pixies. He communicated his adoration for their move, which was known as Nghe Thuong Vu Y, and attempted to retain. In the wake of consolidating the two tunes and moves styles into one, he gradually acquainted it with everybody in their decision nations. The custom of watching the moon, the moving and tunes later turned into a customary occasion in the Mid-Autumn festivity.
Celebration on animated roads
The Festival is very similar to a mix of Halloween and Thanksgiving. On the night of Lunar August 15th, the roads are filled with people buying festival stuff and drifting. Aside from the various paper lanterns, cakes, candies, the toy animals made from rice soup, the dragon heads and faces of the Earth God made of paper are exhibited everywhere in the markets. In well-off households, the mid-autumn feast would be to show up their nubile girls’ cooking skills. Showing our love for our children and teaching of Vietnam’s love for their kids is a terrific reason to celebrate!