Tonight, Celebrate the Moon with Sweet Mooncakes

This year’s Mid-Autumn festival falls on September the 24th, the Moon would be at its brightest and can be viewed as a perfectly round sphere at night, are you preparing to celebrate the natural phenomenon this year?

The Moon festival is a significant holiday celebrated in China starting from the early Tang dynasty. The Autumn full Moon is celebrated mainly as a symbol for family reunion, harmony and harvest.

Mooncake, with its round shape taking after the Moon, is regarded as a must-have for the fall festival. The typical mooncake has very thin crust with dense filling, such as lotus seed, red bean or jujube paste, nuts, fruits, even coffee, chocolate, etc.

Take a bite of the ‘Moon’ tonight, would you?

It’s beyond delish!