ORIGINFalling on the 15th day of the 8th month of the Chinese lunar calendar (usually in September), the Mid-Autumn Festival is one of the most important festivals in Chinese culture. It’s also known as the Moon Festival because the moon is typically always at its most round and brightest phase during the festival.
To celebrate, people eat mooncakes (a traditional festival food), spend time with loved ones and take a few minutes to go outside and appreciate the beauty of the moon. Some regions also launch lanterns or hold dragon and lion dances.
To celebrate this year’s Mid-Autumn Festival, Hanbridge Mandarin School has prepared a special offer for you.
15% Off Business Chinese online course
One person buys an on-campus course and a second can attend the same class for free!
One person buys a Hanbridge on- campus course between Sep.1st, 2015 to Sep. 30, 2015 – and a family member or friend can join the class for free!
The two people should be at or around the same Chinese ability, choose the same center.
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