The Robren Show wishes you all a happy and wonderful Mid-Autumn (Moon) Festival. 

As suggested by the name, the Moon Festival is all about celebrating the full moon. According to the calculation of the lunar calendar, we could see the arguably brightest and roundest full moon of the year on the 15th day of the 8th month every year.

In Chinese culture, a bright, round full moon symbolises perfection, togetherness and unity. The Mid-Autumn Festival is, therefore, the second most important traditional festival, following the Lunar New Year, celebrated in all Chinese communities around the world. 

As the festive season celebrates reunions and perfection, we hope you’ll take the time to enjoy some quality time with your loved ones and recharge yourself to be prepared for the future.

Although celebrations are simpler and quieter this year, we believe staying safe and healthy is the greatest blessing to each one of us during this challenging time. May we all live in the moment and keep hoping for the best!

Here, we share some greetings to help you express your warmest wishes to your families, friends and colleagues – no matter how close or far apart we are.

With that in mind, we hope these six prosperous greetings give you reason to share the festive cheer this 2021 Mid-Autumn Festival.

Happy Mid-Autumn Festival / Happy Moon Festival / Happy Mooncake Festival! 中秋节快乐!

May the round moon bring happiness to your family and a successful future. 愿圆月为您的家人带来幸福和成功的未来。

Wishing us a long life to share the graceful moonlight, though thousands of miles apart. 愿我们长生不老,相隔万里,共享月光。

The moon rises from the sea, and we share the moment of reunion. 月亮从海中升起,我们共享重逢的时刻。

The roundest moon can be seen in the autumn. It is time for reunions. We wish you a happy Mid-Autumn Day and wonderful life. 秋天是个重逢的季节,让我们一起观看最圆的月亮吧!

Happy Mid-Autumn Day! Under the glorious moonlight, we wish you a successful and bright future. 中秋节快乐!在灿烂的月光下,我们祝你前程似锦。

EDITOR’S NOTE: Tracy Chan’s article appeared on 21st September 2021 in
6 Mid-Autumn Festival greetings – translated by Wicky Chaw.

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Read the amazing story of The Legend of Mid-Autumn Festival 中秋节: Chang’e & her husband archer Hou Yi.
The central legend associated with Mid-Autumn Festival concerns Chang’e. This tale tells of how, long ago, the Earth had 10 suns, the heat of which ravaged the world with a terrible drought.

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