关于中秋节的作文英语

节日作文 时间:2017-09-05 我要投稿

  关于中秋节的作文英语【1】

  Mid Autumn Festival is a traditional festival of China.

  It used to be as important as Spring Festival .It is usually celebrated in September or October.

  This festival is to celebrate the harvest and to enjoy the beautiful moon light.

  To some extent, it is like Thanks Giving day in western countries.

  On this day, people usually get together with their families and have a nice meal.

  After that, people always eat delicious moon cakes, and watch the moon.

  The moon is always very round on that day, and makes people think of their relatives and friends.

  It is a day of pleasure and happiness.

  Hope you have a wonderful Mid Autumn festival!

  中秋节是中国的传统节日。

  它曾经是和春节一样重要,它通常在九月或十月庆祝。

  这个节日是为了庆祝丰收而去欣赏美丽的月光。

  在某种程度上,这就像在西方国家的感恩节一样。

  在这一天,人们通常和家人聚在一起吃一顿丰盛的饭菜。

  在那之后,人们总是吃美味的月饼,看月亮。

  那天月亮总是很圆,让人想起他们的亲戚和朋友。

  它是快乐和幸福的一天。

  希望你有一个美好的中秋节!

  关于中秋节的作文英语【2】

  The Mid-Autumn or Moon Festival is one rich in poetic(诗意的) significance.

  Ancient legends(古代的传说) that became interwoven with this festival‘s celebration further contribute to the warm regard in which it has always been held by the Chinese people.

  According to the lunar calendar(农历), the seventh, eighth, and ninth months constitute the autumn season.

  Mid-Autumn Festival falls on the 15th day of the eighth lunar month, precisely in the middle of this season, when the heat of the summer has given way to cool autumn weather, marked by blue skies and gentle breezes.

  On this day the moon is at its greatest distance from the earth; at no other time is it so luminous.

  Then, as the Chinese say, “The moon is perfectly round.” In the villages the heavy work involved in the summer harvest has already been completed but the autumn harvest has not yet arrived.

  The actual origins of the Mid-Autumn Festival are still very unclear.

  The earliest records are from the time of the great Han dynasty emperor Wu Di (156-87 B.C.), who initiated celebrations lasting three days, including banquets and “Viewing the Moon” evenings on the Toad Terrace.

  We know that people during the Jin dynasty (265-420 A.D.) continued the custom of Mid-Autumn Festival celebrations, and similar accounts have come down to us from the time of the Tang dynasty.

  During the Ming dynasty (1368-1644) houses and gardens were decorated with numerous lanterns and the sound of gongs and drums filled the air.(gwdq.com)

  Moon cakes came on sale shortly before festival time.

  In the past, one could get some cakes shaped like pagodas, others like a horse and rider, fish or animals.

  Still others were decorated with the images of rabbits, flowers, or goddesses.

  There were a myriad of different fillings available: sugar, melon seeds, almonds, orange peel, sweetened cassia blossom, or bits of ham and preserved beef.

  The cakes are of the northern and southern styles, but the latter (also called Guangdong-style) are the most popular and are available throughout the country.

  The round shape of cakes just symbolizes not only the moon but also the unity of the family.

  Therefore the Mid-Autumn Festival is actually a day for family reunion.

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