Justin: Today I'm going to talk about Mooncake Festival, which is also known as Mid-Autumn Festival.
Mooncake Festival is celebrated all around the world on the 15th of August every year of the the Chinese Lunar calendar.
The moon is said to be fullest and brightest on this day. That's why it's important to be reunion on this day.
We would gather with our family members and friends eating mooncakes and guessing riddles.
Us children enjoy carrying lanterns around under the moon after a gathering.
And this is the lantern we are going to carry.
Ameen: I like the lantern. I have that toy.
Amy: I like the red colour. It's lucky.
Jake: It's so interesting. I like the bright colours in the night.
Seheon: Is it just eating mooncakes and done?
Justin: We also carry lanterns.
James: And we put them up in the sky to make a wish.