The Mid-Autumn Festival in Malaysia
In Malaysia, the Chinese has long had the customs to eat mooncakes, enjoy the bright full moon and take part in the lantern parade. When the festival draws near, Old and famous companies would sell all kinds of mooncakes. There would be the mooncake sections in the shopping malls in the urban area of Kuala Lumpur, the capital of Malaysia; there would also be the advertisements of moon cake on the newspaper and TV. They together create the festival atmosphere and show people’s warm welcome to the coming festival. The celebrations in the communities of overseas Chinese in Kuala Lumpur are in full swing. In the lantern Carnival, there would be the dragon and lion dances; the floats carrying "Chang’e" and "seven maidens" cross among them; the artistes and youngsters sing and dance happily. Read more on Malaysia travel guide
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