On the Mid-Autumn Festival night, Chinese people celebrate the radiant full moon, which represents family reunion. This special occasion is also marked by delicious mooncakes and a good cup of tea. On the 15th day of the eighth month on Chinese lunar calendar, the moon always becomes the fullest of the year. Thus, admiring the moon is one of the Chinese people's traditional customs. Follow CGTN to admire the beautiful moonlight across the country, and join us in celebrating the festival!