Giant, Inflatable Moon Escapes From Mid-Autumn Festival Celebrations, In China's Henan

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A giant moon rolled to freedom in China’s Henan province after it escaped from the festival celebrations on September 20 morning. Every year, the east Asian countries celebrate the Moon festival by gathering to watch the mid-autumn moon while eating mooncakes. This year, a video of one of the large moons rushing down the road went viral. In the video, two staff members can be seen running behind the balloon, trying to stop it from causing damage to property and civilians. Meanwhile, in 2016, another moon has started to float away from the festival celebrations in Fuzhou, Fujian province in the east of the country. It caused havoc on the streets, even crashing into cars. Watch the video to know more.

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