As the old saying, though miles apart, we’ll share the beauty of the moon displays. Over 3000 years, the Chinese people give the moon a meaning of family reunion. Despite territory, the moonlight separates in the different areas and connects people by sharing the same view of sky. Every 15th of August in Chinese lunar calendar, the full moon will be the biggest and clearest in a year, and the day becomes the Chinese traditional Mid-Autumn Festival, a holiday to unite or connect with family. The Chinese people usually enjoy the full moon and eat mooncakes, a traditional Mid-Autumn Festival food that represents a permanent reunion, with a good cup of piping hot Chinese tea during the Mid-Autumn Festival.
As a company with high social responsibility, Xinxiang Hundred Percent Electrical And Mechanical Co., Ltd. Prepares gifts to celebrate this festival with all of its staffs. In this year’s festival, we prepared a box of salted duck egg, a big gift packs of snacks and mooncakes. We hope that by sharing these gifts with their families, our staffs can take a rest from work and enjoy the company with their family members in this meaningful day. At the end, wish all the employees and clients a happy holiday.