Tourists enjoy mitten crabs on Yangcheng Lake festival
Models showcase the Shenyang culture at cheongsam show
Classic films for Mid-Autumn Festival
Late artist's work donated to Tsinghua University
A thousand Chang'es in a thousand painters' eyes
Grace Chen delights Xiongan with classic couture

Shine on, harvest moon

From royal wishes for fertile crops to family reunions, Mid-Autumn activities have evolved over the centuries to mean different things to different people

Autumn through its hues and festivals

Festivals in autumn are a window to Chinese culture and history

Mid-Autumn Festival: A moonmoment to remember

As one of the most important traditional Chinese festivals, Mid-Autumn Festival, falls on the 15th day of the eighth lunar month, Sept 24 this year.

Rabbit accessories create festive atmosphere

Soft, fluffy and with a cotton tail — the universally beloved rabbit also serves as a auspicious token in traditional Chinese culture. Unlike Western culture, in which the animal is connected with a lunatic spirit, Chinese mythology found a sacred job for the rabbit: cooking up medicine.

 
 
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