Chery is accompanied by love at the Mid-Autumn Festival


WUHU, China–(BUSINESS WIRE)–China celebrates the Mid-Autumn Festival on September 10. On this day, all Chinese families will take part in a classic dish: moon cake. Because the round moon cake is as golden as the moon, it represents the happy reunion of the moon, conveying the beautiful wishes of family reunion.

Chinese mooncakes have the same connotation as the French “Galette des Rois”. The “Galette des Rois” is a festive food that all French people must consume during Epiphany. The Galette des Rois represents the incarnation of the sun, which also indicates that the arrival of Jesus brings light to the earth. Suddenly, on the day of Epiphany, the whole family gathered to eat the same Galette des Rois lucky charm.

It’s a way for the family to pin down happiness, whether it’s a Chinese mooncake or a French galette des rois. Chery, which has offices in more than 80 countries and regions around the world, regards its users and partners as “family members” and uses the Mid-Autumn Festival to express care and blessings to the “family”. “. Chery deliberately integrates into the local social culture with the image of “affinity, friendliness and responsibility” under the blessing of “globalization” and “international brand”, and transfers love and duty into ensuring global public welfare.

Chery celebrates 21 years of implementing its global strategy this year. Chery has been involved in a variety of public welfare initiatives around the world for many years. Chery enthusiastically engaged in Children’s Association charity events in July this year, contributing personal hygiene items and consumables such as candies, drinks and other items.

Chery will continue to actively carry out social public welfare, fulfill the role of “global corporate citizen” and pursue Chery’s global humanistic care while providing excellent goods and services to global users in the future.

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