Reunion is a romance that belongs to the Chinese. The Mid-Autumn Festival comes from the ancient people’s worship and awe of the moon. The moon’s full moon signifies the reunion of people. Eating reunion dinner with family members, admiring the moon, and eating moon cakes are the simplest and most romantic things. From "Chang'e to the moon" to today's "Chang'e" and "Yutu", the romance of looking up at the stars has continued. As the Mid-Autumn Festival approached, the "Space Trip Trio" returned successfully, adding a sense of success and romance to this Mid-Autumn Festival.
Fearlessness is the mark of the Chinese. On the eve of the Mid-Autumn Festival this year, it coincides with the "September 18th" anniversary. With the sound of the whistle, we must not forget our national humiliation and cherish the memory of the martyrs. This year, several waves of clustered epidemics broke out. Our medical staff were in white clothes and went retrograde, winning battles against epidemic prevention and control one after another. From the bloody battles of revolutionary martyrs to the retrograde battles of today's white-clothed soldiers, the brand of selflessness and fearlessness has always been the inheritor. Without them, there would be no reunion like ours.
Perseverance is the gentleness of the Chinese. Whether it is the soldiers stationed at the border, or the staff who stick to the front line, whether it is the teachers and students who respond to the "festival on the spot", or people from all walks of life who cannot go home for reunion due to various reasons, it is your home. Xiaojia, for everyone's perseverance, can have this peaceful Mid-Autumn Festival. Thank you for protecting everyone's softest reunion with the strongest perseverance! The short-term separation is for a better meeting in the future, the smog will eventually dissipate, and the sun will eventually shine on the ground, let us look forward to a better reunion together!
I hope that people will be reunited for a long time. Wish everyone a happy Mid-Autumn Festival!
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