Holidays For Mid-Autumn Festival in JuXing Company 2014
2014 Holidays For Mid-Autumn Festival in Juxing Technology
The Chinese Mid-Autumn festival holiday will come,please give our sincere greetings to all employees, new and old customers,
we wish everybody a happy holiday!
Below is the Mid-Autumn festival holiday date of my company,
Holidays For Mid-Autumn Festival in Juxing Technology is from September 6 to 8th.2014,
We will be in the September 9 normal work.
Any emergency need ,pls contact our
Sorry to all our clients we can not ship goods during this period .
JUXINGTECHNOLOGY CO., LTD
About Chinese Mid-Autumn Festival
Chinese Mid-Autumn Festival is an inherited custom of moon sacrificial ceremonies. The ancient Chinese observed that the movement of the moon had a close relationship with changes of the seasons and agricultural production. Hence, to express their thanks to the moon and celebrate the harvest, they offered a sacrifice to the moon on autumn days.
It's a traditional Chinese festival in China,people will eat mooncakes on that days . Mooncake is a Chinese confection that is traditionally eaten during the Mid-Autumn Festival, although they can be eaten at other times of the year as well. Typical mooncakes are either round or rectangular puck-shaped pastries, measuring about 10 cm in diameter and 4-5 cm thick. They have a relatively thin crust (2-3 mm), which surrounds a thick pasty filling and may contain yolks from salted duck eggs. Mooncakes are typically rich, heavy, and dense compared with most Western cakes and pastries. It is usually eaten in small wedges accompanied by Chinese tea.
Traditional mooncakes are typically baked and consists of a thin tender skin enveloping a sweet and slightly oily filling. The moon cake can also contain single or multiple whole salted egg yolks in its center to symbolize the full moon. The saltiness of the yolk balances well with the sweet filling in the mooncake. Although rarely so, mooncakes can also be steamed or fried.
Traditional mooncakes have an imprint on top consisting of the Chinese characters for "longevity" or "harmony" as well as the name of the bakery and filling in the moon cake. Imprints of a moon, a woman on the moon, flowers, vines, or a rabbit may surround the characters for additional decoration. Mooncakes are expensive and are considered a delicacy. Making them and their fillings is also a labor-intensive process; as such, few people make them at home and choose instead to purchase them at Asian markets and bakeries.