YUMO wishes the Chinese people have a nice day in the Mid Autumn Festival and the National Day.
The Mid Autumn Festival is a harvest festival and is celebrated in most East Asian countries, such as China and Vietnam. The festival is held on the 15th day of the 8th month of the Chinese lunar calendar. This is the second most important festival in China after the Spring Festival. For Chinese, the Mid Autumn Festival means family reunion and peace. It is also known as "Moon Festival" because it is considered to be the largest and most abundant time of the moon. Chinese celebrate the mid autumn festival through many traditional and meaningful activities, such as having dinner with family members, hanging lanterns, guessing lantern riddles and eating moon cakes.
At the same time, 2020 is China's 71st national day. New China was founded on October 1, 1949. In China, October 1 is the Chinese national day. National day anniversary is a feature of modern nation-state, which is accompanied by the emergence of modern nation-state, and has become particularly important. It has become a symbol of an independent country, reflecting the state system and regime of the country.