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The Chinese Mid-Autumn Festival or Moon Festival is the second biggest festival in the Chinese calendar. Though it is celebrated across the globe, the authentic way of celebrating and wishing remains a practice of most Southeast Asian countries.

Wishing your near and dear ones with Chinese greetings and sayings are ever more a part of the Mid-Autumn festival and learning these phrases is not rocket science. Deciphering these might seem a little daunting at first but will it feel like a piece of cake once you have mastered it.

Moreover, who doesn’t like exploring a new language? Try greeting your near and dear ones with these Chinese Mid-Autumn Festival greetings and surprise them.

5 Popular Chinese Mid-Autumn Festival Greetings

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Here are a few popular Mid-Autumn festival greetings and sayings:

1. When wishing someone a Happy Mid-Autumn Festival say:

 "Zhōng qiū jie kuài lè" (Happy Mid-Autumn festival)

2. When wishing a family say:

"Zhù nǐ hé nǐ de jiā rén zhōng qiū kuài lè" (Wish you and your family a happy Mid-Autumn Festival!)

3. When wishing someone happiness, bliss and a happy family say:

"Hào yuè shǎn shuò, xīng guāng shǎn yào, zhōng qiū jiā jié, měi mǎn kuài lè" (wish you happiness, bliss and happy family)

4. When a family reunites they say:

"jīn tiān shì wǒ men jiā rén tuán yuán de rì zi"

5. When you want to tell people that the lanterns on the street look fab, say:

"jiē shàng de dēng lóng zhēn hǎo kàn!"

fireworks - 5 Popular Chinese Moon Festival Greetings

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Here are a few easy words if learning sentences seems like a task to you

Lantern festival - "Zhōng qiū jie"

Eat tangyuans -  "chī tāng yuán"

Lanterns - "dēng lóng"

Fireworks - "yan hua"

Riddle solving - "cāi dēng mí"

Sky lanterns - "fàng tiān dēng"

Moon - "yuè"

Mooncakes - "yuè bǐng"

Happy Holidays - "jié rì kuài lè"

Reunion - "tuán yuán"

It’s always nice to make someone smile once a day and with these Chinese Moon Festival phrases and words you’re sure to add a new dimension to your celebrations in an authentic manner.

mooncakes - Chinese Mid-Autumn Festival Greetings

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5 Popular Chinese Mid-Autumn Festival Greetings

The Chinese Mid-Autumn Festival or Moon Festival is the second biggest festival in the Chinese calendar. Though it is celebrated across the globe, the authentic way of celebrating and wishing remains a practice of most Southeast Asian countries.

Wishing your near and dear ones with Chinese greetings and sayings are ever more a part of the Mid-Autumn festival and learning these phrases is not rocket science. Deciphering these might seem a little daunting at first but will it feel like a piece of cake once you have mastered it.

Moreover, who doesn’t like exploring a new language? Try greeting your near and dear ones with these Chinese Mid-Autumn Festival greetings and surprise them.

5 Popular Chinese Mid-Autumn Festival Greetings

Image: Michael Caven used  the Creative Commons Licence

Here are a few popular Mid-Autumn festival greetings and sayings:

1. When wishing someone a Happy Mid-Autumn Festival say:

 “Zhōng qiū jie kuài lè” (Happy Mid-Autumn festival)

2. When wishing a family say:

“Zhù nǐ hé nǐ de jiā rén zhōng qiū kuài lè” (Wish you and your family a happy Mid-Autumn Festival!)

3. When wishing someone happiness, bliss and a happy family say:

“Hào yuè shǎn shuò, xīng guāng shǎn yào, zhōng qiū jiā jié, měi mǎn kuài lè” (wish you happiness, bliss and happy family)

4. When a family reunites they say:

“jīn tiān shì wǒ men jiā rén tuán yuán de rì zi”

5. When you want to tell people that the lanterns on the street look fab, say:

“jiē shàng de dēng lóng zhēn hǎo kàn!”

fireworks - 5 Popular Chinese Moon Festival Greetings

Image: Jorgen Kesseler used  the Creative Commons Licence

Here are a few easy words if learning sentences seems like a task to you

Lantern festival – “Zhōng qiū jie”

Eat tangyuans –  “chī tāng yuán”

Lanterns – “dēng lóng”

Fireworks – “yan hua”

Riddle solving – “cāi dēng mí”

Sky lanterns – “fàng tiān dēng”

Moon – “yuè”

Mooncakes – “yuè bǐng”

Happy Holidays – “jié rì kuài lè”

Reunion – “tuán yuán”

It’s always nice to make someone smile once a day and with these Chinese Moon Festival phrases and words you’re sure to add a new dimension to your celebrations in an authentic manner.

mooncakes - Chinese Mid-Autumn Festival Greetings

Image: Pan Pacific used  the Creative Commons Licence

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