Tomorrow comes Mid-Autumn Festival, also called Moon Festival, which is held on the 15th day of the eighth lunar month every year throughout China and East Asia, when families gather to celebrate autumn harvests, light lanterns and admire what's believed to be the fullest moon of the year.
This festival began as a celebration of the moon and has a tradition of deity, but it is also a joyful time for family, friends, and couples to reunite under a full moon during harvest. All take a little time to appreciate the beautiful full moon on what is hopefully the clearest night of the year. The round shape and completeness of the full moon symbolize reunited piece.
Many traditions of the Mid-Autumn Festival are centered around family reunion and happiness, such as moon cake, one of the most important food in this event. Moon cakes vary in design and flavor depending on which region you are in.