In the broadcast, a tourist from Germany with his Chinese girlfriend said they came here hoping to learn more about the Chinese traditions. The host learned that the man has been working and living in Chengdu for a year and a half while he enjoyed food and the scenery and the open-mindedness of the city.
In the show people saw some special intangible cultural heritage items in Chengdu, such as bamboo-woven ware, bamboo gemp song, face changing and fire spitting.
Places to View the Moon in Chengdu
Appreciate the full, bright moon at one of the places in and around Chengdu during the Mid-autumn Festival.
Oct 04, 2017
Round-shaped Foods for Mid-Autumn Festival
As a tradition, families eat some round-shaped foods during the festival dinner for good luck, and now let's take a look at some of the auspicious round bites for the coming Mid-Autumn Festival.
Sep 20, 2018
Expats’ Moon Cake DIY Party
A group of foreigners in Chengdu had a unique way celebrating the Mid-Autumn Festival.