The Mid-Autumn Festival, also known as the "Full Moon Festival" or "Reunion Festival", is one of the important traditional Chinese festivals. It is usually held on the 15th day of the eighth lunar month, which is equivalent to mid-September in the solar calendar. The Mid-Autumn Festival is a traditional festival in China and one of the important festivals for the Chinese community and some East Asian countries (such as Vietnam, South Korea, etc.).
The origin of the Mid-Autumn Festival can be traced back to ancient moon worship activities. In ancient China, people usually celebrated the harvest and thanked the moon for its blessings on the 15th day of the eighth lunar month. The main activities of the Mid-Autumn Festival include appreciating the moon, eating moon cakes, appreciating lanterns, banging lanterns, and guessing lantern riddles, etc. It is believed that on this day, the moon is at its fullest and brightest. Therefore, admiring the moon has become one of the most important activities of the Mid-Autumn Festival. Family and friends usually gather together to admire the moon, eat delicious food and enjoy the moment of togetherness.
Mooncakes are one of the most representative traditional foods of the Mid-Autumn Festival. It is a round pastry, often with various flavors and fillings, such as lotus paste, bean paste, five kernels, etc. People give each other mooncakes, symbolizing reunion and good wishes.
Most of the mooncake manfacutuers will be usually very busy during the mooncake season and they will use the mooncake production line to do the mass production to meet the daily market demand requirement.The mooncake machine simplifies and speeds up the mooncake production process, which traditionally involves manual labor.
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