Lunar August 15 is the Chinese traditional Mid-Autumn Festival. In China, the year is divided into four seasons, each season is divided into “Meng, Zhong, Ji” three parts. The moon in Lunar August is rounder and brighter than any other months. In this night, people look up to the sky and naturally look forward to their family reunion. So the Mid-Autumn Festival is also called "Reunion Festival".
Mid-Autumn Festival prevailed in the Song Dynasty. It has been as famous as the New Year's Day in Ming and Qing Dynasties and has become one of Chinese major festivals. It is the second largest traditional festival in China after the Spring Festival.
The whole family people sit together and eat moon cakes with the full moon, which are the most important practices in the Mid-Autumn Festival. In the L8 Members Gallery of the Pudi Boutique Hotel, the "Tianmu" Terrace is really an ideal place to spend your holiday with your family or your friends. Enjoy the glorious full moon, taste the wine and moon cakes. At that time, you will be able to produce a poet's feeling and taste an unprecedented spiritual relaxation.