After consuming a number of mooncake, the mid-autumn comes to an end. Although its not a national holiday, the mid-autumn is celebrated with lanterns, dragon dances, and eating of mooncakes. 🙂Last Thursday night, to mark the end of the festival, our neigbourhood staged a dragon dance in our promenade.
The loud banging of the drummers woke up the entire complex and attracted a huge audience.
My eldest son loves watching the dragon dance so I called him up to come down to watch. It’s best watched on Daddy’s shoulders.
He loved it so much that he followed the crowd of people along the promenade until the dragon dancers finished their performance.
Hope you enjoyed the mid-autumn in one way or the other. Or at least stuffed yourself silly with mooncake.