The holiday notice of National Day

Number of visits: Date:2012-12-28 15:57

Dear Sir/Madam,

The Chinese tradition Mid-Autumn Day and National Day are coming soon.

The office of DONGDI headquarter will be closed  from Sep. 30th to Oct.7th. Our office will reopen on Oct.8th,2012.

Your enquiry or E-MAIL won't be reply at the above mentioned time. Sorry for the inconvenience.

Wish you have a nice holiday.

All the best wishes.


On October 1, 1949 14 o'clock, the Central People's Government committee holds the first conference, the consistent resolution, announced People's Republic of China Central People's Government is founded. Central People's Government presidents, vice-president and committee member announced takes office. Same date 15 o'clock, the capital 300,000 soldiers and civilians assemble the Tiananmen Square, the grand hold celebrates People's Republic of China Central People's Government to be established the magnificent ceremony. Chairman Mao Zedong announced dignified that,People's Republic of China Central People's Government today is founded, and raised personally the first Five-Starred Red Flag.


The Mid-Autumn Festival (simplified Chinese: 中秋节; traditional Chinese: 中秋節), also known as the Moon Festival or Mooncake Festival or Zhongqiu Festival, is a popular lunar harvest festival celebrated by Chinese and Vietnamese people.[1] A description of the festival first appeared in Rites of Zhou, a written collection of rituals of the Western Zhou Dynasty from 3,000 years ago.[1] The celebration became popular during the early Tang Dynasty.[1] The festival is held on the 15th day of the eighth month in the Chinese calendar, which is in September or early October in the Gregorian calendar, close to the autumnal equinox.[1] The Government of the People's Republic of China listed the festival as an "intangible cultural heritage" in 2006, and it was made a Chinese public holiday in 2008.[1] It is also a public holiday in Taiwan.


The Mid-Autumn Festival is a traditional festivity for both the Han and minority nationalities. The custom of worshipping the moon can be traced back as far as the ancient Xia and Shang Dynasties (2000 B.C.-1066 B.C.). In the Zhou Dynasty(1066 B.C.-221 B.C.), people hold ceremonies to greet winter and worship the moon whenever the Mid-Autumn Festival sets in. It becomes very prevalent in the Tang Dynasty(618-907 A.D.) that people enjoy and worship the full moon. In the Southern Song Dynasty (1127-1279 A.D.), however, people send round moon cakes to their relatives as gifts in expression of their best wishes of family reunion. When it becomes dark, they look up at the full silver moon, drinking wine to celebrate their happy life or thinking of their relatives and friends far from home, and extending all of their best wishes to them.


If one of the family members is far away on duty and fail to come home at the festival, he or she will convey the homesickness and missing through the moon. Therefore, the moon has become a medium of communication and spiritual sustenance.


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