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Hong Kong gears up for Mid-Autumn Festival celebrations

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Hong Kong, Sep 6 (EFE/EPA).- Hong Kong was gearing up Monday to celebrate Mid-Autumn Festival by hanging lanterns in the courtyards of temples. During the full moon on the fifteenth day of the eighth month of the Chinese calendar, Hong Kong celebrates the Mid Autumn Festival which falls on 21 Sept. this year. (Camera: JEROME FAVRE).SHOT LIST: LANTERNS HANG IN THE COURTYARD OF WONG TAI SIN TEMPLE IN HONG KONG.

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