My grandson’s grandson’s grandson…maybe no Mid-Autumn Festival has passed

Today is the annual Mid-Autumn Festival.

But a long time ago, there was absolutely no such thing as the Mid-Autumn Festival; after a long, long time, I am afraid that it will be difficult for people to understand the profound connotation of the Mid-Autumn Festival, let alone the moon appreciation.

All of this has to do with the moon itself…


This is the Mid-Autumn Moon that the Nuoshell editorial department has photographed over the past few years: some were shot on the leisurely seaside, some were shot in front of the window of Beidrift, some were shot on busy city streets, and some were shot at home isolation nights.


Whether you’re celebrating the holidays alone at your rental house, staying at your job, or happily reuniting with your family, no matter where you are on Earth or Earth’s orbit—

As long as you look up, you can share this round of the moon, which has accompanied the earth for billions of years, with all human compatriots now, and all life on earth through the ages.

Who on the riverside saw the moon for the first time? When did Jiang Yue take photos at the beginning of the year?

Life is endless from generation to generation, Jiang Yue is only similar every year.

I wish you can always grasp the current happiness, I wish you all a happy Mid-Autumn Festival 🌕

Text: Li Xiaokui

Drawing: Wang Pichai

Review: Steed

Edit: Rex

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