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各国各地到了中秋节的时候都在干什么呢?

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中秋节这个更富想象力的名字更广为人知,对于亚洲数百万中国人来说,中秋节是一件大事,仅次于中国农历新年的庆祝活动。
在整个非洲大陆,家庭以各种方式庆祝节日,放飞天灯,舞龙,还有吃月饼山的古老传统。这些随处可见的一口大小的糕点里装满了各种东西,从红豆酱、莲子、杏仁、蛋黄、肉末、蜜饯水果或巧克力。
在整个地区和香港和上海这样的世界性地区,有数以百计的品种,富裕的人们甚至可以啃黑松露、鱼子酱和鹅肝酱的月饼。
在整个亚洲大陆,中秋节是家庭团聚和共度时光的时刻。庆祝活动以家中的一顿特别的晚餐开始,类似于西方圣诞节或感恩节晚餐,然后大家一起出门,通常穿着传统服装,享受当地节日,如舞蹈、音乐和明亮的灯笼陈列。每个国家和地区都有自己独特的月亮崇拜习俗,许多古怪的习俗仍然很强烈。
钟秋:中国大陆的中秋节
在中国大陆,在空气中有浓烈的香味,闪烁的灯笼在数英里的地方可以看到。令人惊讶的是,在农村中心地带,最丰富多彩的传统仍然是真实的。
在华南的部分地区,满月是浪漫的时候。在节日期间,人们会举行化妆舞会,让来自邻近村庄的单身男女用奇特而象征性的手帕搭讪。
中秋节最壮观的方面之一是建造巨大的竹子和石塔,这些塔经常超过50英尺高,然后在天黑后点燃以确保丰收。
香港中秋节
可以说,香港是这个节日最好的地方。这座繁华的城市为了月饼而疯狂,而著名的城市天际线在成千上万个闪烁的灯笼和满月的光辉中更加引人注目。
城市里的每一户人家都带着孩子们到维多利亚峰去观赏城市风光和港口景观。从这里你可以看到一艘游艇在浪漫的月光巡游中围绕港口运送情侣。整个九龙都有专门的街市、奢华的灯队(包括世界上最大的灯笼结构)和著名的火龙舞表演。
 
新加坡中秋节
 
虽然在新加坡不是一个指定的公共假期,但该市庆祝活动的方式通常与往常一样,都是顶级的,舞台管理得很好。
所有的活动都在唐人街举行,正式开幕式和灯盏灯点亮。有许多舞狮的队伍在震耳欲聋的鞭炮声和俗气的国语流行歌声中争夺位置。
在新加坡,有一个巨大的月光灵感的街头集市,集俗气的中国纪念品和美味的街头食品于一身。
韩国的CuSuk
秋节和中国中秋节在同一天,这可是件大事,韩国历上最著名的节日。对于局外人来说,有时很难把握这三天事件的意义,因为它是以家庭为导向的。如果你有一个和蔼的韩国家庭,这将是一个深入研究儒学在行动中的伟大机会。
台湾月饼节
部分由于台湾社会逐渐西化,现在有中秋节在满月光下烧烤、喝啤酒的现代化趋势。这通常是一个小家庭事务,但一些城镇和村庄确实组织大规模的版本,整个社区在闪烁的灯笼下聚在一起,吃咝咝作响的肉和月饼。
越南Trung中秋节
越南版的中秋节有着自己的生活,包括它自己独特而离奇的传说。它讲述了一个女人意外地在一棵神圣的榕树上撒尿的故事,她的罪恶被运到月球上永远搁浅在那里。在越南的庆祝活动中,舞狮是最吸引人的地方,小型舞蹈团在街角表演,或者挨家挨户地收集好运钱来换取私人表演。


Better known by its more imaginative moniker of the Mooncake Festival, for millions of Chinese across Asia the Mid-Autumn Festival is a big deal, second only to Chinese Lunar New Year celebrations.

Throughout the continent, households celebrate in style in a variety of ways, with the releasing of sky lanterns, dragon dancing and the age old tradition of eating mountains of moon cakes. These ubiquitous bite-sized chunks of pastry are filled with everything from red bean paste, lotus seeds, almonds, egg yolk, minced meat, candied fruits or chocolate.

There are literally hundreds of varieties found throughout the region and in cosmopolitan areas such as Hong Kong and Shanghai, well-to-do folk can even munch on moon cakes of black truffle, caviar and foie gras.

Throughout continental Asia, Mid-Autumn Festival is a time for families to reunite and spend time together. Celebrations kick off with a special meal at home, akin to a western Christmas or Thanksgiving dinner before everyone steps out together, often in traditional dress, to enjoy local festivities such as dancing, music and bright lantern displays. Each nation and region has its own peculiar customs for moon worship with many quaint customs still going strong.

Zhongqiu: the Chinese mainland's Mid-Autumn Festival

In Chinese mainland the strong scent of incense wafts through the air and twinkling lanterns can be seen for miles around. Unsurprisingly it is in the rural heartland where the most colorful traditions still hold true.

In parts of Southern China the full moon is time for a little romance. Masquerades are held at Festival time to pair up single guys and girls from neighboring villages with the quaint yet symbolic dropping of a handkerchief.

One of the most spectacular aspects of Mid-Autumn Festival is the building of huge bamboo and stone towers, often rising over 50 feet high, which are then set ablaze after dark in order to ensure a good harvest.

Mid-Autumn celebrations in Hong Kong

Hong Kong is arguably the best place of all to be for the Festival. The teeming city goes mad for moon cakes and the famous city skyline is even more dramatic among thousands of shimmering lanterns and the glow of the full moon.

Seemingly every household in the city takes the kids up to Victoria Peak to see the cityscape and harbor view in all its glory. From here you can see a flotilla of boats ferrying couples around the harbor on romantic moonlight cruises. Throughout Kowloon there are special street markets, extravagant lantern processions (including the world’s largest structure made entirely of lanterns) and the famous fire dragon dances shows.

Mid-Autumn Festival in Singapore

Although not a designated public holiday in Singapore, the city celebrates in typically over-the-top fashion which is as ever, well stage-managed.

All the action takes place in Chinatown with an official opening ceremony and light up of shimmering lanterns. There are numerous troupes of lion dancers all jostling for position to the sound of deafening firecrackers and cheesy Mandarin pop songs.

This being Singapore, there is a huge moon-inspired street bazaar with the usual mix of tacky Chinese souvenirs and fabulous street food.

Chuseok in South Korea

Falling on the same date as the Chinese Mid-Autumn Festival, Chuseok is a big deal; hands down the most celebrated holiday on Korea’s calendar. For outsiders, it’s sometimes difficult to grasp the significance of this three-day event, as it is extremely family-oriented. If you have an in with a kind Korean family, this would be a great opportunity for an in depth look at Confucianism in action.

Mooncake Festival in Taiwan

Due in part to the creeping westernization of Taiwan society, there is a modern trend of spending Mid-Autumn Festival with a barbecue and a few beers under the light of the full moon. It is usually a small family affair but some towns and villages do organize large scale versions where the whole community gets together under twinkling lanterns to eat mountains of sizzling meat and moon cakes.

Tết Trung Thu – Mid-Autumn Festival in Vietnam

The Vietnamese version of Mid-Autumn Festival has taken on a life of its own, including its very own unique and bizarre legend. It recounts the story of a woman who accidentally urinated on a sacred banyan tree and for her sins was transported to the moon to be stranded there for eternity. During festivities in Vietnam, lion dances are the main attraction with small dance troupes performing on street corners or going from house to house collecting ‘good luck’ money in exchange for a private show.


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