This is a set of Chang'e Mid-Autumn Festival PPT template, a total of 11. The Mid-Autumn Festival began in the early Tang Dynasty and prevailed in the Song Dynasty. By the Ming and Qing Dynasties, it had become one of the Chinese traditional festivals with the same name as the Spring Festival. Since ancient times, the Mid-Autumn Festival has the custom of offering sacrifices to the moon, appreciating the moon, worshipping the moon, eating moon cakes, appreciating osmanthus flowers, drinking osmanthus wine, etc. Mid-Autumn Festival augurs reunion with the full moon Missing my hometown for the sake of sustenance Missing the affection of relatives We hope to have a good harvest and happiness and become a rich and precious cultural heritage. The word "Mid-Autumn Festival" was first found in "Zhou Li", "Rite Records and Monthly Decrees" said: "The Moon of Mid-Autumn Festival nourishes senility and eats porridge." Mid-Autumn Festival is also called "Reunion Festival" because the moon is full and symbolizes reunion. In the Tang Dynasty, the Mid-Autumn Festival was also called "Duanzhengyue". Because the festival is on August 15, it is called "August Festival" and "August Half". Because the main activities of the Mid-Autumn Festival are around the "month", it is also known as "Moon Festival" and "Moon Evening". Mid-Autumn Festival is very popular in the Tang Dynasty. The custom of Mid-Autumn Festival is more prosperous. Every time on this day, "your family decorates the terraces, and the people compete for the restaurant to play the moon". In ancient times, besides the Mid-Autumn Festival, tide watching was another Mid-Autumn Festival event in Zhejiang.