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Tanglung Through The Ages

We shed some light on a common feature of the Mid-Autumn Festival - the lantern, also known as 'tanglung'.

by / Published: 4 Oct 2017

The Chinese Mid-Autumn Festival in Malaysia is celebrated on the 15th day of the eighth month of the lunar calendar. is sometimes known as the Lantern Festival. Aside from mooncakes, children playing with lanterns (colloquially known as tanglung) is a common sight on the night of the festival. Here we show you the many forms the tanglung has taken through the years since the tradition started. 


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