On New Year’s Eve, I had this great idea to buy Chinese wishing lanterns and release them on the beach in a peaceful, beautiful ceremony to ring in 2016. 203 more words
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Continuation from part 1 and part 2 of Matsuyama trip.
At the end of the first day, we were lucky enough that there was a Lantern and danjiri (shrine/temple cart) festival scheduled during our visit, held in the park at the foot of the castle. 636 more words
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Last Thursday night, kids all over Hong Kong were running around like mad things, shaking lanterns and staying up way past their bedtimes to celebrate the Mid-Autumn Festival. 502 more words
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Photo: / E. Jonathan China Magic – Temple of heavenly Peace in Beijiong
This year Vienna Afrika Tage took place adjacent to its usual place on the Danube Island. 183 more words
Lantern Festival would not be complete without our usual traditions.
On 15 September 2016, Lucas and I shared a ‘小猪’, as we usually do. It’s actually made of leftover baked mooncake skin pastry, sold at most bakeries and NTUC. 78 more words
I wrote last year about the Chinese Lantern Festival hosted in my home town of Spokane, Washington. It was a beautiful sight, and so well received that they’ve decided to do it again. 142 more words
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Child Of Woe
The Mid Autumn Festival, also known as the Lantern Festival or Mooncake Festival, traditionally falls on the 15th day of the 8th month in the Chinese lunar calendar. 289 more words
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