Mid-Autumn Festival traditions focus on the theme of thanksgiving and reunion, as the full moon symbolizes unity, which should resonate strongly in today’s fast-paced world. The most common traditions for the festival are eating moon cakes and gazing at the moon. Besides, ethnic minorities across China have their own unique customs. Slow life down to enjoy the Chinese Mid-Autumn Festival with MRC at Atria Mall this September. It might not be an extensive 3-day celebration but we promise you that there will be a lot to look out for! There will be activities catered for the big and small such as making Snowskin Mooncakes as well as a coloring and drawing competition to spark some competitive spirit among the kiddos. Attractive prizes await you! If you know the history of the Mid-Autumn Festival, don’t be surprised if you bump into Chang-e or The Goddess of the Moon and her friends.
For your information, she is a central character of Chinese myths and legends. As the “woman on the Moon”, Chang’e could be considered the Chinese complement to the Western notion of a man in the moon. Put on your cultural hat and be prepared to explore the broad and profound Chinese culture!
What: Look out for a funtastic Mid-Autumn Festival Celebration with activities catered for the big and small such as making Snowskin Mooncakes as well as a coloring and drawing competition.
When: September 21, 2019 from 10am-9pm.
Atria Shopping Gallery, Jalan SS22/23, Damansara Jaya, 47400 Damansara, Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia, Facebook Page
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