Celebrating a Wholesome
Embark on a journey to a healthier you this festive season.
In Singapore, the Mid-Autumn Festival is celebrated through reunions with loved ones and feasting together. Families and friends usually get together to enjoy mooncakes while moon-gazing and lighting up lanterns. This year, we celebrate the Mid-Autumn festival with a stronger emphasis on health -- because your health matters.
The Quadrants of Health
Achieve a fuller health in the midst of the festive celebrations by understanding the quadrants of health. The meaning of each quadrant is embodied in a common mandarin festive greeting - 花好月圆 (huā hǎo yuè yuán) , which means “May everything in your life be in its place with perfect happiness”. Let’s understand them quarter by quarter.
Flowers are frequently used in Chinese culture for various auspicious representations. As the Mid-Autumn Festival coincides with the blossoming of Osmanthus flowers, this fragrant flora has become infused in the mid-autumn tradition of Osmanthus cakes and wines during this festive season. Osmanthus is believed to be synonymous with longevity, and Osmanthus wine is often offered as a toast to the elders for good health and longevity.
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In ancient times, the Mid-Autumn Festival celebrates a worker’s hard work and good harvest. It was a celebration of well-being and prosperity.
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A full moon symbolises reunion and togetherness. As such, mooncakes are made to be round, and eaten together with the family as a symbol of reunion.
Fun fact: A mooncake is not supposed to be eaten whole, but is cut into the number of pieces corresponding to the number of family members in your household. This signifies how each member (pieces) is connected and thus, comes together as a whole.
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Full circle; Completeness
Circles are seen as symbols of perfection in the Chinese culture. It is believed that everything would fall into place as a whole because the fullness of the moon also signifies completeness.
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