E-SPIN Greetings For Mid Autumn Day 2020 wishes our customers and partners a joyous celebration on the arrival of Mid Autumn Day 2020. Today is a big day for East Asian communities with families gathering for dinner, lighting lanterns and eating moon cakes for the Mid-Autumn Festival. At the blink of an eye, E-SPIN was established and greeted partners and customers for the season greetings for 15 years, as E-SPIN celebrated its 15 years anniversary for this November 11, 2020.
The festival started more than 2,000 years ago as a post-autumn harvest celebration, which was devoted to thanking the gods. Most scholars believe that the Mid-autumn Festival first appeared during the Song dynasty, derived from the tradition of worshipping the moon. Legends associated with the full moon became attached to this festival. It was during the reign of Emperor Tai (Northern Song dynasty) that the 15th day of the eighth month was designated as mid-autumn’s day.
What is the Mid-Autumn Festival?
Also known as the Moon Festival and Harvest Moon Festival, the ritual is celebrated mainly in Chinese and Vietnamese communities. In general, the Mid-Autumn Festival is a chance for families to spend time together, although there are certain traditions. One of the most common ways to celebrate is by eating mooncakes (or Bánh Trung Thu in Vietnamese) – a dense, sweet pastry that’s baked or steamed and typically enjoyed with tea.
Most are filled with lotus paste and salted egg yolk while others contain red bean or date paste, as well as fruit, nuts and seeds. People will also give mooncakes to family members and colleagues.
Once again, E-SPIN Greetings For Mid Autumn Day 2020. E-SPIN would take the opportunities to thank you customers and partners across the region we did business and had the good time for celebrate mid autumn festival. Feel free to contact E-SPIN for any business and solution inquiry.