By: Echo Yu in Suzhou, Chin
Moon cake is a traditional food eaten by the Chinese during the Mid-Autumn Festival. Generally it has a round shape, symbolizing reunion and happiness, which reflects people’s aspiration of family reunion. In ancient times, moon cake was made to worship the Luna on the Mid-Autumn Festival. Later, and over time, the tradition of eating moon cakes on that day was formed. Moon cake is generally made by baking. The crust is usually made of flour, in which a certain stuffing is used. In most cases, the seeds of different plants are chosen as its stuffing, which benefits people’s health. With more varieties and flavors today, moon cake is liked by people all over the country.
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