Happy Thanksgiving! We are grateful for your continued support and hope you have a wonderful day with your friends and family. In China, the Moon Festival (or Mid-Autumn Festival) has the same meaning as Thanksgiving. It is said that the moon is the brightest and the roundest on the 15th day of the 8th month in the lunar calendar. For Chinese, rounded objects often implicate “reunion,” and nothing can be more meaningful and fulfilling than reuniting with friends and relatives under the beautiful full moon. The original Moon Festival was a celebration where people gave thanks for the harvest. It has evolved into an occasion not only for dinner but to share mooncakes, enjoy the parade, and pray for fortune.
Autumn Style: When Bold and Trendy Collides😘😍🤩💋💃🏽👩👸
Hunting Fields bukan sekadar brand fashion ‘kemarin sore’, potongan gayanya mencerminkan dunia streetwear yang kasual berpadu dengan bahan elegan, membuatnya selalu dicari para wanita setiap musim berganti👌🏻😊
Menjelang akhir tahun, edisi musim autumn dari Hunting Fields hadir dalam warna gelap yang cantik. Kesan serius kental terasa tapi look santai masih melekat kuat dalam tiap rancangannya🤩😘😍
#BlibliSekarang 🤳 dan cek koleksi yang kamu mau di blib.li/Huntingfields-ig. Beberapa line dari busana desainer ini juga lagi ada promo diskon lho! Kapan lagi kan bisa belanja baju desainer ternama tapi nggak perlu beranjak dari aktivitas padat?😁🤘🏻💁🏻♀️🧚🏻♀️
Tidak perlu khawatir kalau size yang kamu beli kegedean atau kekecilan. Di Blibli.com ada jaminan 15 hari pengembalian/tukar produk lho ladies!👄👯♀️💃🏽💝
Thank you everyone for your efforts! 🙆♀️ Thanks for sacrificing your image and study time to make the event better 🙏(especially the drama😎 I believe all of you can become actors and actresses in the future HAHAHAHA👨🎤👩🎤🌚) Our ‘OhTanglungku’ spirit will never die 🤟😂 #OhTanglungku#MidAutumnFestival#MingguPerayaan17
It's my birthday today! 🎈🎉
But it feels a little weird. No friends or family around to celebrate with; just me. The downside of moving to a new place every few weeks I guess.
But thinking back of all the things I experienced over the last few months... it's like it has been my birthday pretty much every day.
I met so many awesome people, tried the most amazing food, and took part in many celebrations. Like this one: the Chinese lantern (mid-autumn) festival. I even lit candles for the lantern parade! Perhaps not exactly the same as a birthday cake, but close enough to me 🏮🕯️🎂
This trip so far has been amazing! Surreal, really. I can't think of a better place to be.
So even though my friends and family are not here right now, I'm definitely starting my 27th on a high note 😎👍
UniMAP Pauh (10th November) : UniMAP Mid-Autumn Festival 2017 present 《ILLUMINIGHT》 at Dewan Ilmu UniMAP.
A traditional dance of chinese culture was performed well. Nowaday, traditional dance was not more atrractive and interested by students but these students still insist on performing chinese traditional dance to everyone.
Show your soul but not body, and then one can notice your Angel.
The photo was made during the #midautumnfestival almost two months passed from that time, unfortunately, it seems I’m used to loose nice friends - personalities - in China, in particular, in #shanghai This city is extremely big - each person has its own wishes, ambitions, aspirations and plans - maybe that’s why they don’t care about relationships so much, cause may find some other people in this #cosmopolitan city
Нет никакого желания переводить - это можно и в переводчике сделать. Одна часть дополняет другую, так что читайте повнимательнее, или можно просто фотки полистать. А дополнение такое, что как бы ни было тяжко, привыкаешь, как бы ни было, красиво, ещё быстрее привыкаешь, о красивом и вкусном, будет пост позже. Слишком далеко зашёл и долетел, чтобы просто сесть и сложить мирно руки - учили не этому. Ищите ангела - тоже поможет.
Back in Beijing for mid-autumn festival. One of the story goes- In the ancient past, there was a hero named Hou Yi who was excellent at archery. His wife was Chang'e. One year, the ten suns rose in the sky together, causing great disaster to people. Yi shot down nine of the suns and left only one to provide light. An immortal admired Yi and sent him the elixir of immortality. Yi did not want to leave Chang'e and be immortal without her, so he let Chang'e keep the elixir. But Peng Meng, one of his apprentices, knew this secret. So, on the fifteenth of August in the lunar calendar, when Yi went hunting, Peng Meng broke into Yi's house and forced Chang'e to give the elixir to him. Chang'e refused to do so. Instead, she swallowed it and flew into the sky. Since she loved very much her husband and hoped to live nearby, she chose the moon for her residence. When Yi came back and learned what had happened, he felt so sad that he displayed the fruits and cakes Chang'e liked in the yard and gave sacrifices to his wife. People soon learned about these activities, and since they also were sympathetic to Chang'e they participated in these sacrifices with Yi.