People across China are making mooncakes and visiting lantern shows to celebrate the upcoming Mid-Autumn Festival, which falls on Monday, September 24 this year.

Mid-Autumn Festival is a harvest festival that's celebrated according to the Chinese lunar calendar, around the time of the autumn equinox. Mooncakes not only reflect the roundness of the full moon, their round shape also symbolizes completeness and togetherness. Traditionally, it's a time for family reunions, and relatives enjoy eating mooncakes together.

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