in Culture Love It Traditional lantern for Mid-Autumn Festival by tiada September 7, 2019, 6:40 pm 117 Views 19 Votes 13 Comments Share Tweet Pin The Mid- Autumn Festival is around the around. The traditional lantern made for the celebration by the kids. They like to play with them with candles. #Tiada Have you had a lantern ? Yes No Share your vote on FacebookTwitter View results Hide results Hide results to vote Read LaterAdd to FavouritesAdd to CollectionReport What do you think? 19 Points Upvote Downvote Browse and manage your votes from your Member Profile Page Share Tweet PinTiada Written by tiada 13 Comments Leave a Reply The lights are gorgeous. We do not have this tradition in our country. Log in to Reply Very colorful lanterns. Did you make them? Log in to Reply No,by my daughter and son Log in to Reply I forgot to do art for Zhongqiu Jie Log in to Reply You know Zhongqiu jie? zhongguo ren? 1 Log in to Reply yes, I try to do art for it every year. I dream of red lanterns, if you know what I mean… Log in to Reply Are thee lanterns for celebrating any event? Log in to Reply Hi Grace, we do for Chinese New Year too, but different type, no candle. 1 Log in to Reply Enjoy the festival and the lanterns. Log in to Reply Thanks Carol, do you have any lantern? Log in to Reply Yes, my kids have been playing with the candles as well. They are actually more interested in candles than the lanterns. 😛 Did you make the lanterns yourself? They look really traditional! Log in to Reply It’s true, kids like to play with fire more, right? 1 Log in to Reply Yes, they are. I can’t believe my youngest can light up the lighter already, which I am still not good at it now. 😀 Log in to Reply Leave a Reply Cancel replyYou must be logged in to post a comment.