The Mid-Autumn Festival is also called the Moon Festival or the Moon cake Festival. It has a long history 61 (date) back to the Tang Dynasty (618-907). It 62 (traditional) falls on the 15th day of the 63 (eight) month of the lunar calendar. Since ancient times, customs of the Mid-Autumn Festival 64 (include) appreciating the moon, eating moon cakes 65 drinking wine. The full moon on Mid-Autumn night symbolizes family reunion 66 Chinese culture because the moon is round and the 67 (bright) of the year on this day. With the full moon hanging above in 68 sky, people 69 are far away from their 70 (hometown) might miss families while looking at the beautiful moonlight.
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