The Mid-Autumn Festival is a Chinese folk custom. The Mid-Autumn Festival is a traditional cultural festival popular among many ethnic groups in China and the Chinese cultural circles. The Mid-Autumn Festival originated from the sacrifice of the moon, and the solemn sacrifice became a relaxing pleasure. The folk Mid-Autumn Festival rewarding activities began in the Wei and Jin Dynasties, but it was not a habit. In the Tang Dynasty, the Mid-Autumn Festival rewarded the moon. Many poets have verses in the famous chapters, and the moon is an important custom of the festival.
"Luozhong Jiwen" records that Tang Yuzong had eaten moon cakes during the Mid-Autumn Festival, and he felt that the taste was very beautiful, and he ordered the royal dining room to use the red dragonfly to wrap the moon cakes and reward them to the new scholars.
The rabbit is a clay toy for children to play and play during the Mid-Autumn Festival. Its shape is human and there are rabbit ears. There are two long ears on the head, and the mouth is a three-petal rabbit mouth. The rest is no different from people.
Haijie is here to wish you all a happy Mid-Autumn Festival.