Caloocan Joins FCCCI in Celebrating Mid-Autumn Festival
In a show of unity and gratitude, Caloocan City commemorated the Mid-Autumn Festival alongside the Caloocan City Filipino-Chinese Chamber of Commerce, Inc. (FCCCI). The event was attended by city employees and local police personnel.
The Mid-Autumn Festival, a symbol of unity and thanksgiving, was celebrated with joy and camaraderie in Caloocan City. The city joined hands with the Caloocan City Filipino-Chinese Chamber of Commerce, Inc. (FCCCI) to mark this special occasion.
The festivities were attended not only by enthusiastic city employees but also by dedicated police officers. This collective celebration showcased the spirit of togetherness and appreciation.
Mayor Along Malapitan expressed his gratitude to FCCCI for their participation and congratulated everyone involved for the successful and joyous observance of the Mid-Autumn Festival. He extended his hopes for a stronger bond and collaboration between all parties, working together to achieve the city's goals for a more progressive Caloocan.
The Mid-Autumn Festival, also known as the Mooncake Festival, is a significant Chinese tradition celebrated on the 15th day of the eighth month in the lunar calendar.
It's a time for families to reunite, express gratitude, and enjoy mooncakes while admiring the full moon. Caloocan City's commemoration of this event highlights the city's commitment to fostering unity and cultural diversity.