Mooncakes are eaten at Mid-Autumn Festival. Is this your favourite festival? Why? Why not? Tell your classmates about your favourite festival.
- 1 decade agoFavorite Answer
Yes,because i like to eat mooncakes.Second I think at festival must have a story behind it.Third,I can go to The Peak with my family,and eat mooncakes and watch the moon together.My classmates said that,that day the moon is the full moon.Also I can play hide and seek in a park with my friends.We can play all night because the next day we do not have to go to school.We can have a lot of fun.I can also play laterns too.I can make lanterns or buy a latern in a toy shop.I like to play with laterns.
No,because i think that festival is really boring.I hate to eat moon cakes too.The mooncakes are not tasteful.They are really dry.Escailly the core.It is make by egg.Second,I have to visit my grandmother and my grandfather.They like to eat dinner with our family on that day.And that day,all the people come back,and cause traffic jam easily.I hate traffic jam,because I have to wait for a long time!Source(s): me
- ?Lv 51 decade ago
Mid-Autumn Festival is one of my favourite festival because I like to eat mooncakes, especially snowny mooncakes (冰皮月餅).
When I was a kid, what we did on Mid-Autumn Festival was family gathering together, eating mooncakes, Fuji apple, dragon fruit, star fruit, strawberry and seasonal fresh fruits, and enjoying the big and shining round moon.
Chinese traditional Mid-Autumn Festival is approaching. We are planning to hold a BBQ for both taking leisure and celebrating the Mid-autumn Festival.