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Lhasa Han dress enthusiasts celebrate Mid-Autumn Festival

2019-09-30 17:20:00China Tibet Online

September 13th, also the 15th day of the 8th month in Chinese lunar calendar, is the Mid-Autumn Festival, a traditional Chinese festival, and starting from September 13 to 15, there comes the Mid-Autumn Festival holiday. On the evening of September 14, nearly 50 Lhasa traditional Han dress enthusiasts gathered in a hotel on Xianzu Island in Chengguang District of Lhasa, southwest China's Tibet Autonomous Region. They experienced a different kind of Mid-Autumn Festival atmosphere and passed on traditional Han dress culture through painting lanterns, guessing riddles, making moon cakes, and viewing and offering sacrifice to the moon.

Han dress enthusiasts.

Han dress enthusiasts. 

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