The Chinese MId-Autumn Festival is the second most important celebration in the Chinese Calendar after Chinese New Year. All those of Chinese heritage throughout the world revere this event as a time for reunions and is considered the Chinese equivalent to Thanksgiving in the United States.
My name is Lok-Wah Li and I am from Hong Kong. I was born and raised in Hong Kong and moved to the US for my high school education and I have been living in Massachusetts since then. I am now in graduate school pursuing a Ph.D. in Child Study and Human Development. When I am not writing papers or doing research in and out of communities, I enjoy visiting museums, drawing, and listening to jazz.
Celebrate national holidays around the world with your family. Learn about a country’s culture and traditions, songs and dances, food and games. Bring the whole family ‘round the campfire and have a party!
We started Campfire Crates because we were looking for a fun and easy way to teach our kids their roots. We’ve been working on it for a few years now, trying out different things - from a blog, to a community, to now this - a subscription box. You could almost say that this is not quite a company but an experiment in how best to make your kids find their love for the things that you grew up loving about yourself!