今天我們華人散居在世界上每個角落，有太陽的地方就有我們華夏兒女的社群， 我們有的離鄉背井，遠走他鄉，已有有數百年之歷史，不論我們在何處， 依然以華夏及中華文化孕育之兒女為榮。
值此秋葉落地之時， 我謹代表全美各地美南傳媒集團之全體工作伙伴 向大家致謝，並感恩有你同行。
Celebrating The Mid-Autumn Festival
For Chinese people the Mid-Autumn Festival means family reunions and peace. The festival is celebrated when the moon is believed to be at its brightest and fullest. This is a symbol of prosperity, happiness and family reunion.
This celebration is held in most Chinese family households around the world and includes eating dinner together with mooncakes and lighting of the lanterns.
The history of the Mid-Autumn Festival goes back three thousand years, dating back to the Shing Dynasty in 1660 BC. The term mid-Autumn was first written about in the book Rites of Zhou during the Tang Dynasty. It was popular because the story was that the emperor visited places on the moon in his dream and heard beautiful songs.
Today many Chinese families get together at the dinner table to eat mooncakes and remember their ancestors and enjoy the full moon.
We as Chinese American in the United States are very proud of our heritage even though we are so far from our motherland. We wish much happiness to all and peaceful times to come.