The Last Day of Mid-Autumn Festival Holiday on Baiyun Mountain

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      Most people in mainland, China have a three-day holiday for Mid-Autumn Festival, started from Thursday, 19th September to Saturday, 21st September. In Guangzhou, thousands of people visit Baiyun Mountain, one of the highest places in Guangzhou, because of the tradition: people go to some high place to enjoy beautiful moon scenery at Mid-Autumn Festival, and they believe it’s the day when the moon is the brightest and round.

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     Even it is the last day of the holiday and it’s daytime, this place was still popular.

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Adults come here to relax and entertain; children follow their parents and have fun here; however, those who have to work on holidays have different kinds of view. Just like the “food court” opened for Mid-Autumn Festival and National Day holidays, it not only gives people opportunities to try different kinds of food, but causes excess work to the cleaners.

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Though the holiday comes to its end, the mountain will never be empty.

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