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Today is the Mid-Autumn Festival, one of China's most important traditional festivals. The Chinese spend this special day by gazing at the moon, feeling homesick, and missing their families. The Mid-Autumn Festival, symbolizing family unity and solidarity, also reflects the deep love of China's President Xi Jinping for his family and his country.

On the Mid-Autumn Festival in 1986, the then Deputy Mayor of Xiamen, Xi Jinping, visited the student dormitories at Xiamen University on a bicycle. Xi brought two boxes of mooncakes and celebrated the festival with the students. This visit made the students feel like they were at home.

Prior to the Mid-Autumn Festival in 2015, China's President Xi Jinping attended a reception organized by Chinese Americans in Seattle and wished everyone a happy festival. Xi said, "With my visit, we have brought mooncakes from the homeland and the longing of the motherland to you."

Indeed, on every traditional Chinese festival, Xi Jinping engages in conversations with the people, listens to their needs, and celebrates with them.

The bright moon carries the homesickness for the homeland but also reflects the yearning of the people's leader for the people. The traditional Chinese festival, spanning a long history, creates a spiritual home for Chinese both domestically and abroad, reflecting their solidarity, unity, and happiness.

British News Agency


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