We have our traditional holiday for Middle autumn day, so we have 3 days off duty. September 6, 7, 8. we back to office in 9 of September.
Chinese Mid-autumn FestivaIn the Zhou Dynasty (1066 B.C.-221 B.C.), worshipping the moon on Mid-autumn festival was very popular. Below the moon, big incense burner tables were arranged, on which there were moon cakes, watermelons, apples, red dates, plums, grapes and many other sacrificial offerings. Moon cakes and watermelons were requisite. After the worship, the big round moon cake would be divided into several parts according to the number of family members.
In the Tang Dynasty (618-907 A.D.), appreciating the moon on Mid-autumn festival prevailed and people attached much importance to the worship of the moon. Mid-autumn festival began to become a permanent festival in the Tang Dynasty.