Moon Festival, a traditional and important statutory holiday for Chinese people, occurs on the 15th day of the 8th month of the lunar calendar. The moon plays an important role in family gatherings. The focus of the celebrations includes watching the moon and eating moon cake. Do you know the legends behind the Moon Festival? We will introduce the stories Chang Er Flies to the Moon, Wu Gang Tries to Fell the Cassia Tree, The Jade Rabbit Grinding on the Moon, and The Legend of Moon Cakes. Four animation stories, 5Q-Book with English, and more Moon Festival information are included.
1. Chang Er Flies to the Moon
(Simplified Animation of 2 minutes and 59 seconds, Traditional Animation of 3 minutes and 5 seconds)
2. Wu Gang Tries to Fell the Cassia Tree
(Simplified Animation of 3 minutes and 12 seconds, Traditional Animation of 3 minutes and 14 seconds)
3. The Jade Rabbit Grinding on the Moon
(Simplified Animation of 2 minutes and 45 seconds, Traditional Animation of 2 minutes and 46 seconds)
4. The Legend of Moon Cakes
(Simplified Animation of 2 minutes and 42 seconds, Traditional Animation of 2 minutes and 45 seconds)
5. Moon Festival Information
6. “Chang’e (The Lady in the Moon)” (Bonus Animation)
(Traditional animation of 28 seconds)
Learning the famous poetry from the poet Li Shangyin through animations.
Stories: Rewritten from folk legends.
Age: Recommended for age 8 to 12.
Level: Helpful Chinese reading for level 2 learners.
Characters: Contains 650+ basic level Chinese characters.
Animation (Simplified): Story animation with simplified Chinese subtitles.
Animation (Traditional): Story animation with traditional Chinese subtitles.
5Q-Book (English): Illustrated audio book with English text.
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Reading Stories Anywhere Anytime
5QChannel has over ten years of experience in Chinese learning content development, and has published over 3,000 multimedia Chinese learning contents on the web. We specialize in using computer animation to transform classic Chinese literary works into captivating multimedia for the modern audience. Our products are educational in nature, and our aim is to help all readers around the world to read classic tales easily.
We understand the difficulties children have in reading these classics in their original form. By reinterpreting well-known classic stories and creating a new way of learning and studying with multi-media devices, we provide a means for people to watch animation anywhere and anytime. We create digital reading with animations and thus the concept “Watch Animations and Get to Know the Classics” is realized.