Moon Festivals happen every month in China.

Overview[edit | edit source]

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Every month different festivals are celebrated in China. The chronology of seasons they celebrate might seem a bit out of pace with Western tradition. They are. The Chinese celebrate the coming of the New Year with the coming of Spring, not with January 1st. While every festival has a different subject, they all generate Yugen.

These festivals are not one time deals. Every month (moon) has several days that are celebrated. An I Chih targeting a dog will work better on the second day of the first moon than later in the month.

The Moons[edit | edit source]

References[edit | edit source]

  1. CTDLand of Eight Million Dreams, pp. 45-46.

Changeling: The Dreaming Festivals


Yule · Boxing Day · Midwinter's Night · Imbolc · Homstrom · Carnival · Vernal Equinox · The Greening · May Day · Beltaine · Midsummer · Highsummer Night · Lughnasa · Autumnal Equinox · Pennons · Samhain · Guy Fawkes Day · Nizhniy Novgorod · Holidays of Oah'u


House Warming · Labor Day · Spring Cleaning · Harvest Festival · Night of the Embers · Festival of Alysoun · Pranksgiving · Tragoidia


Vengeance Night · Walpurgis Night · First Night


Spring Equinox · Summer Solstice · Autumnal Equinox · Winter Solstice · New Year's Eve · Remembrance Day · The Moot


Nanusuka · New Year's Day · Obun · Moon Festivals · First Moon · Second Moon · Third Moon · Fourth Moon · Fifth Moon · Sixth Moon · Seventh Moon · Eighth Moon · Ninth Moon · Tenth Moon · Eleventh Moon · Twelfth Moon

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