the mid autumn festival abroad

  • Celebrating the Chinese Moon festival in Australia Explore

    Sep 27, 2016· Mid-Autumn Day or Chinese Moon Festival is a traditional festival in China celebrated on the 15th day of the 8th month of the lunar calendar. It is a time for family members and loved ones to congregate and enjoy the full moon, everyone likes to eat mooncakes on that day. Here is how I spent such a special day living in Australia.

  • Asian Mid-Autumn Festival Center for International Affairs

    Celebrate Asian Mid-Autumn Festival with CWRU Friday, September 13, 2019! All members of the CWRU community and the public are invited to enjoy authentic food from China, Korea, Vietnam, Malaysia, Singapore, Thailand, and Taiwan, as well as activities and traditions associated with the Mid-Autumn Festival.

  • Mid-Autumn Festival Mooncake celebration University

    Oct 04, 2017· We understand that it is hard to be away from home for the holidays which is why we celebrate them here on Saint Michael’s College in the University Abroad Programs! For the Mid-Autumn Festival we decided to share mooncakes with the campus community. Jack, a University Abroad student, gave a short presentation on the festival []

  • FIRST MID AUTUMN FESTIVAL ABROAD🇫🇷🇨🇳/ NEVER FORGET YOUR

    Sep 19, 2019· So Hi guys, I am fully aware that Mid Autumn Festival has nearly passed for a week now and I have finally uploaded my experience of celebrating Mid Autumn Festival abroad

  • Mid-Autumn Festival ESL Lesson Plan — Teach English Abroad

    Celebrating the mid-autumn festival is about celebrating life’s fertility, longevity and a desire to reunite with our loved ones. Mooncakes and lanterns are symbols of this festival that help carry the message. Do any festivals in your country celebrate something similar? Do you know how the festival originated? How is it the same or different?

  • Mindfully Celebrating Autumn: Harvest & Mid-Autumn

    This will be our forth year celebrating the Mid-Autumn Festival. We have celebrated the first two in China, in their original context, then, when we moved to Europe, we have adapted and adopted it. Whether you are celebrating a Harvest Festival or not, here are some wonderful ways to mindfully celebrate autumn:

  • A Mid-Autumn Festival Abroad The Odyssey Online

    Sep 19, 2016· “Now I understand this proverb: ‘One misses his kinsfolk ten times more when a festival comes’.” One of my Chinese friends, who is also studying abroad an ocean away from home, said that to me the night before mid-autumn festival. I couldn't agree more.

  • Mid-Autumn Festival in and outside of China Global Times

    While people across China will be taking the week off for the National Day holidays starting on October 1, they will also be celebrating another major holiday on Wednesday: the Mid-Autumn Festival.

  • Teach English Abroad

    Teaching English abroad is one of the best, most rewarding ways to see the world. Learn how to live an extraordinary life abroad. Chinese mid-autumn festival. Mooncakes, goddesses, rabbits and more! Learn about the origins and customs of the Mid-Autumn Festival

  • Study Abroad Fair Center for International Affairs

    The Office of Education Abroad holds the annual Study Abroad Fair on the Friday after Labor Day in September from 10:30 a.m. to 2 p.m. The Study Abroad Fair showcases the many study abroad offerings available to Case Western Reserve University students of

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    Mid-Autumn Festival held for Vietnamese children abroad. The Mid-Autumn Festival, which is considered an exclusive traditional occasion for children, was held in a number of big cities in the Czech Republic for Vietnamese children in the country.

  • Mid-Autumn Festival held for Vietnamese children abroad

    The Mid-Autumn Festival, which is considered an exclusive traditional occasion for children, was held in a number of big cities in the Czech Republic for Vietnamese children in the country. Czech Prime Minister Andrej Babis sent a greeting letter to the festival held in Ostrava, the capital city of

  • Mid-Autumn Festival blessing the company's employees abroad

    Sep 29, 2019· Happy Mid-Autumn Festival~! This video is unavailable. Watch Queue Queue

  • Mid-Autumn Festival held for Vietnamese children abroad

    The Mid-Autumn Festival, which is considered an exclusive traditional occasion for children, was held in a number of big cities in the Czech Republic for Vietnamese children in the country.

  • Holidays Explained: Mid-Autumn Festival Nacel Open Door

    The Mid-Autumn Festival is a harvest holiday celebrated by cultures and countries in east Asia and expats around the world. It is the second most important holiday in China (after Lunar New Year) and celebrates the fall harvest on the 15th day of the 8th month of the Chinese lunar calendar (September 24 this year). Mid-Autumn Festival has been

  • Celebrating Home while Abroad The Global Gazette

    Oct 11, 2019· In China, Mid-Autumn Festival is a time for families and friends to reunite. Instead of being lonely, I remembered the idea spoken about in many ancient Chinese poems—as long as we are enjoying the same moon, we are together. For me it was a fantastic night, and I didn’t feel lonely although my family is back home in China.

  • 5 Mid-Autumn Festival Activities that Celebrate the Spirit

    In Chinese culture, the Mid-Autumn Festival is a time of family, thankfulness, and prayers for good fortune in the days ahead. Celebrating the holiday outside of China may take a little more effort, but that doesn’t mean you can’t still get in the spirit.

  • Mid-Autumn Festival AUM

    An international festival of community. Refreshments and tastes from around the world. Events. Note that all events are subject to change. Musical Chairs with Caramel Apple Prizes and Cake Pops Sponsored by Housing and Residence Life; Global Table Bowling and Soft Drinks/Bottled Water/Orange Drink Sponsored by Office of Global Initiatives

  • The Best Time to Travel to China • The Blonde Abroad

    The biggest celebration of the fall season is the Chinese Mid-Autumn Festival. It’s celebrated in September or October on the 15th day of the 8th month of the Chinese lunar calendar (so this year, it’s on September 13, 2019!).

  • 4 Fashionable Celebrations for the Mid-Autumn Festival

    Sep 24, 2019· The rapid development of China's economy has improved people's living standards. In the past, people usually stayed at home during the Mid-Autumn Festival to have a reunion dinner and to worship the moon with their family. Now, however, people like to travel during their holidays. Traveling abroad

  • 2019 Mid-Autumn Festival Celebration University Calendar

    Sep 12, 2019· On Thursday, September 12, 2019, the GW Confucius Institute will celebrate the 2019 Mid-Autumn Festival in the GW Confucius Institute townhouse. Guests will have the chance to taste traditional holiday treats, mooncakes, and network with others interested in China and other Asian cultures. There will be materials available for you to hear about learning Chinese language and

  • The Ultimate Singapore Travel Guide • The Blonde Abroad

    Mid-Autumn Festival. If you are lucky enough to be here in autumn, which is typically from mid-September to mid-October depending on the year, get down to Singapore’s Chinatown for the epic Mid-Autumn Festival.

  • Of mooncakes, lanterns and autumn festivals Silver Chips

    The Mid-Autumn Festival originated from China's Zhou Dynasty (1045 221 BC), when emperors would worship the harvest moon in belief that it would bring them a plentiful harvest the following year. This concept of honoring the moon eventually spread to common citizens during the Tang Dynasty (618 907) and became a festival during the Song Dynasty (960–1279).

  • Calendar for Chengdu, China 2019-20 Yearlong Study

    Sep 01, 2018· Dates and deadlines for the 2019-20 Yearlong study abroad program in Chengdu, China with USAC

  • Mid-Autumn Festival AUM

    An international festival of community. Refreshments and tastes from around the world. Events. Note that all events are subject to change. Musical Chairs with Caramel Apple Prizes and Cake Pops Sponsored by Housing and Residence Life; Global Table Bowling and Soft Drinks/Bottled Water/Orange Drink Sponsored by Office of Global Initiatives

  • 4 Fashionable Celebrations for the Mid-Autumn Festival

    Sep 24, 2019· The rapid development of China's economy has improved people's living standards. In the past, people usually stayed at home during the Mid-Autumn Festival to have a reunion dinner and to worship the moon with their family. Now, however, people like to travel during their holidays. Traveling abroad

  • Celebrating Home while Abroad The Global Gazette

    Oct 11, 2019· In China, Mid-Autumn Festival is a time for families and friends to reunite. Instead of being lonely, I remembered the idea spoken about in many ancient Chinese poems—as long as we are enjoying the same moon, we are together. For me it was a fantastic night, and I didn’t feel lonely although my family is back home in China.

  • The Ultimate Singapore Travel Guide • The Blonde Abroad

    Mid-Autumn Festival. If you are lucky enough to be here in autumn, which is typically from mid-September to mid-October depending on the year, get down to Singapore’s Chinatown for the epic Mid-Autumn Festival.

  • Of mooncakes, lanterns and autumn festivals Silver Chips

    The Mid-Autumn Festival originated from China's Zhou Dynasty (1045 221 BC), when emperors would worship the harvest moon in belief that it would bring them a plentiful harvest the following year. This concept of honoring the moon eventually spread to common citizens during the Tang Dynasty (618 907) and became a festival during the Song Dynasty (960–1279).

  • 2019 Mid-Autumn Festival Celebration University Calendar

    Sep 12, 2019· On Thursday, September 12, 2019, the GW Confucius Institute will celebrate the 2019 Mid-Autumn Festival in the GW Confucius Institute townhouse. Guests will have the chance to taste traditional holiday treats, mooncakes, and network with others interested in China and other Asian cultures. There will be materials available for you to hear about learning

  • The Importance of Celebrating Your Traditions as an Expat

    In the past few weeks our intercultural family has celebrated the Vietnamese Mid-Autumn Festival and Canadian Thanksgiving. We have also been invited by a close expat Muslim friend to celebrate Eid Al Adha with her family. Being a part of all these festivities in such a short period of time has not

  • Celebrating the Mid-Autumn Festival in Taiwan

    Sep 12, 2012· Since the Mid-Autumn Festival in Taiwan is one of Taiwan’s most important holidays, it’s worth taking some time to look at the traditions and history that surround this festival. The Mid-Autumn Festival is celebrated on the 15 th day of the 8 th month of the Chinese lunar calendar.

  • Chinese Mid-Autumn Festival Dates in 2020, 2022...

    Oct 28, 2019· In the next 30 years, Mid-Autumn falls as early as September 8 (2033) and as late as October 6 (2025). All sights, restaurants, and shops will be open to take advantage of the tourism peak. Learn more about China's Public Holidays. The date of the Festival is the middle of the autumn season

  • How To Celebrate in Hong Kong GoAbroad

    If you're studying abroad in Hong Kong, you should know that the two of the biggest festivals in the city, for instance, are two major Chinese holidays: the Mid-Autumn Festival and the Chinese New Year. The Mid-Autumn Festival . It is known under a variety of names, including Moon Festival, Moon Cake Festival, Lantern Festival or Chinese

  • Mid-Autumn Festival in China, 2020 Moon Cake Day

    2020 Mid-Autumn Festival falls on October 1st (Thursday), the same day as the National Day of China. It prolongs the National Day holiday, Oct. 1 7, to Oct. 8.Due to the pleasant autumn weather this is a peak time for travel.

  • Calendar for Chengdu, China 2019-20 Yearlong Study

    Sep 01, 2018· Dates and deadlines for the 2019-20 Yearlong study abroad program in Chengdu, China with USAC

  • Mid-Autumn lantern sets, food street & more at Gardens by

    In the spirit of Mid-Autumn Festival, Gardens by the Bay will display an array of lantern concepts inspired by Chinese folklore and traditions from August 30 to September 15, 2019.

  • Best Festivals To Visit In Taiwan Reach to Teach

    Mar 25, 2014· Best Festivals To Visit In Taiwan. Home → Advice for Living Abroad → Best Festivals To Visit In Taiwan . One of the best parts about becoming an expat in a new country is exploring the culture. A great way to take a peek into the window of a country’s culture is to experience their festivals. Mid Autumn festival (Moon festival)