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Rompa Shunxing closed from 1st to 8th October

23 September 2020

We'd like to inform you that Rompa Shunxing will be closed from October 1st to October 8th, and will resume to work from October 9th  because of the holiday for the Mid-Autumn festival and the National Day.

Mid-Autumn Festival
It is one of the four major traditional festivals in China. The Mid-Autumn Festival is derived from the ancient people's sacrifice to the moon, and it is the remains and derivation of the custom of the Chinese nation to worship the moon.
The Mid-Autumn Festival uses the full moon to signify the reunion of people. It is a precious cultural heritage for yearning for the hometown, the love of loved ones, and praying for a harvest and happiness.

The Mid-Autumn Festival, the Spring Festival, the Ching Ming Festival, and the Dragon Boat Festival are also known as the four traditional Chinese festivals. Influenced by Chinese culture, the Mid-Autumn Festival is also a traditional festival for some countries in East and Southeast Asia, especially local Chinese and overseas Chinese. On May 20, 2006, the State Council included it in the first batch of national intangible cultural heritage lists. The Mid-Autumn Festival has been listed as a national legal holiday since 2008.

National Day
The National Day of the People's Republic of China is also known as National Celebration Day and the first day of the "golden week" (1-7th Oct). The Central People's Government announced that since  1 October 1950, each year will be the day when the People's Republic of China has been declared as the National Day.