When you plan your business trip to China in September, you should remember that a major Chinese Holiday is coming, the Mid Autumn Festival also known as the Mooncake Festival.
The Moon Cake Festival falls on the 15th day of the 8th month in the Chinese Lunar Calendar, it’s the second grandest and best-know festival after the Spring Festival in Greater China. During the festival all Chinese celebrate the middle of the autumn season. The day is know as Moon Festival due to the fact, that during these days of the year the moon is the brightest and roundest.
Mid-Autumn Festival – Second the biggest festival in countries with Chinese culture This year celebration falls on 8th September.
Chinese New Year is the most important festival in China and in many other East Asian countries. Chinese people celebrate it with their families by feasting, drinking and shooting fireworks. This time, the festival comes quite early: on 31th of January. It’s important to remember the date, whether you plan to go to China, it’s a bad time for doing business with China and other Asian countries. Find out more about the special festival in China