Moon Festival, also known as Mid-Autumn Festival or Mooncake Festival, is on the fifteenth day of the eighth lunar month, which is an important festival to celebrate in Chinese culture. Family reunion to have mooncakes and to enjoy dragon dance and lanterns display together. In Guangdong Province, pan fried river snails with chilly and beefsteak plant (peril frutescens),  and boiled Taro (or Eddoe, colocasia esculenta) are also the traditional food for Moon Festival.


Chang’ E, the Moon Goddess of Immortality, has been associated frequently with the festival too. She was married to Houyi, an immortal who works for The Jade Emperor. One day Chang' E swallow the pills she stolen from the Emperor, and discovered that she could fly. So she flew to the moon to escape punishment, where she stayed with a rabbit, knows as the Jade Rabbit. Chang’ E’s figure can be found on many Moon Festival related products such as mooncakes and lanterns.


This print comes in two sizes: A5 or A3. Signed at the back. 

Moon Festival Print

Option 1
    • Dimension: Small A5:148 x 210 mm  (5.8 x 8.3 in) Large A3: 297 x 420 mm (11.7 x 16.5 in)
    • Material: Card stock
    • Colour: Full colour 
    • This is a Standard Product, which is ready to ship within 1-3 business days.
    • Weight: Small (A5) 0.1kg | Large (A3) 0.6kg | 6 Prints Set (A5) 0.2kg

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