labor day on this day, mom and dad to visit me and beautiful along the river road.

  lantern when the first two days, a stroll along the river road in, so you a panoramic view across the river yuzhou yuan bridge, he, like the horizon of the rainbow, bridging the north-south traffic, beautiful he yuan river winding like a ribbon flowing through here, cross-strait beautiful, rippling blue river, from all the people gathered here his list.

  xing i step quickly to the triassic park, where it is the light of the oceans, the world of light, only to stand quietly around the two rows of tall, tall and straight forward to the magnolia lamp post, which is far longer looked like a fire dragon lying. in the river, but also seems to be embedded in the water park yuan neck a pearl necklace, more like a neat row of sentries, guarding the water park yuan harmony and perfection.

  yuan in the middle of the water park, where the chinese history and culture to display the statue of famous people, and confucius, wang, li bai ……their heads and some idle, some silent with respect.

  yuan look around the water park, willow snakes, breeze blowing gently, andi, i can not help but stand in admiration, yuan is the most beautiful water park, people went to the door, just like entering paradise.

  this had a very happy 51


  Hello, everyone! I am very glad to share my topic with you. Then we’d like to talk something about Mid-Autumn festival today.

  My name is xx. So, xx, can you make some introductions about the Mid-Autumn festival?

  Okay. The Mid-Autumn festival is a very important Chinese festival. It falls on the 15th day of August. It is a time for family members and loved ones to congregate and enjoy the full moon, which is an auspicious symbol of abundance, harmony and luck. On the evening there will be a big family dinner.

  After dinner, people usually taste delicious moon cakes of many varieties with a good cup of hot Chinese tea, while children run around with their brightly-lit lanterns. They can also look back on the past and look forward to the future together. By the way, do you know what the meaning behind this holiday is?

  Mid-Autumn festival probably began as a harvest festival. The festival was later given a mythological flavor with legends of Chang-E, the beautiful lady in the moon. According to Chinese mythology, the earth once had 10 suns circling over it.

  One day, all 10 suns appeared together, scorching the earth with their heat. The earth was saved when a strong archer, Hou Yi, succeeded in shooting down 9 of the suns. As his reward, the Heavenly Queen Mother gave Hou Yi the Elixir of Immortality .

  But his wife, Chang-E drank it. Then she became the Moon Fairy. Thus started the legend of the lady in the moon to whom young Chinese girls would pray and people would sacrifice at the Mid-Autumn Festival.

  Referred to legends, there is another one I want to share with all of you. During the Yuan Dynasty, China was ruled by the Mongolian people. The king of them was very cruel. An underground group led by Zhu Yuanzhang was determined to rid the country of Mongolian dominance. The moon cake was created to carry a secret message.

  When the cake was opened and the message read, an uprising was unleashed which successfully routed the Mongolians. What followed was the establishment of the Ming Dynasty. Today, moon cakes are eaten to commemorate this event.

  Wow! How clever he is! In my hometown lies in the Minnan area, there is a custom in Mid-Autumn Festival called Moon-cake gambling. All the game requires are six dice and a china bowl. Just throw the dice into the bowl and the different pips you get stand for different ranks of awards you will win.

  The activity was invented by Zheng Chenggong to help relieve homesickness among his troops during Mid-Autumn Festival. Now, Xiamen people still believe that the person, who wins “Zhuangyuan” in the game, will have good luck that year. And the Mid-Autumn Festival is the second important holiday in Xiamen besides Spring Festival.

  Sounds interesting! The winner of Moon-cake gambling can taste delicious moon cakes! I usually looked forward to the Mid-Autumn Festival during childhood because I could eat various tastes of moon cakes. The custom of eating moon cakes appeared in the Tang Dynasty.

  Ancient moon cake was eaten as a sacrifice (祭品)in the Mid-Autumn Festival. Due to the passage of time, the moon cake has been changed into the Mid-Autumn Festival’s food and gifts. In the enening, family members worship the moon, and then the housewife cut moon cake by the members of the family. Who shares moon cake more averagely, who will have more good luck.

  I also enjoy moon cakes. It is believed that the moon is at her brightest on this night. The round shape of moon cakes symbolizes not only the moon but also the unity of the family.

  By the way, except moon cakes, I also hear that in Taiwan, barbecuing meat outdoors has become a widespread way to celebrate the Mid-Autumn Festival. Different areas celebrate the Mid-Autumn Festival in different ways, but the wishes of enjoying the moon and getting together with families are the same.

  As the moon rises, we share it at the same time no matter we are together or far apart.

  That’s all. Thank you for listening.


  Dear leaders, headteacher Yang , headerteacher Li, all the teachers, all the parents, fellow students, and people of our hometown. Happy today, happy everyday, happy Children’s day!


  We, the students of xx school, are now gathering here to celebrate the international festival ——— The Children’s day. people of the world is sharing the happiness and exciting with us, and we are looked forword to this day for long and long time. together, we will share our vatility to everyone here. we are the best, and always the best children of you——–the teachers and parents.

  我们,xx小学的同学们,欢聚在此,共同欢庆这个国际性的节日——–儿童节。全世界的人们都在与我们分享快乐与激情,我们对近日已是期盼已久。 在这里,我们将分享我们的激情给在场的每一位,我们是最棒的,而且永远是你们最棒的儿童———–各位老师和家长。

  And we are gratefull to all our teachers and parents, for their glourious culture throughout our glowing up, you have been magnificent. Thank you!


  Today’s festival, howerever, has very stapecial meaning, because today we are not just singing and dancing on this stage or cheering on the ground, but also we are sharing our wormth ang passion to everyone who take close attention to us.


  For too long, Children’s day has been taken much too much attention by our school. everyone on this stage has been taken much propration for their programes, it’s no exception for me absolutely. for this speech, I have practiced a great deal of words pronunciation and phrases.


  Every mornings, I got up before 6:00 to practice my English speech when much people were in bed and dreamed their sweet dreams. With my great effort to English apeech, I’ve gained a lot and learnt a lot,made a great prograss!


  And now I understand that if you want to come to the top of the mountains in every fields, reduce your empty talk, just practice, just try, just do, and just see the action !


  In addition, I have a lot of hobbies after class. for example: baskerball, football, writing, reading and so on. and my best favourite program must be Taekondo, although I can’t learn backword somersault from now on, I have also never gave up in the past 3 years, I’v learnt boxing, kiking, actual combat and tricks, especially, I’v learnt Nunchacks. Now let me show you for many seconds.



  Thank you, thank you, thank you so much for your applause and encourage. I’ll go down with our school and dear teachers and never let my hands up and giver up, I also want to tell my parents, I’ll never ever let you down. I will try my best effort to purse my dream. I will make my body strong, I will make my brain strong, I will make my dream strong !!


  Best wishes to you, best wishes to our school, and best west wishes to our country!

  Thank you!

  Thanks a million!