香港美心 2023经典五仁 月饼（4块/盒）
Mei-Xin 2023Mixed Nuts Moon Cake（4pc/Box）
Mixed Nuts include: almonds, pecans, pine nuts, sesame and melon seeds
The Moon Festival is celebrated mainly in Chinese and Vietnamese communities and also all across East Asia including China, Taiwan, Japan, Singapore, South Korea, Malaysia, Vietnam, and the Philippines. However, families across the world observe the holiday by gathering for dinners. The festival has been celebrated since the early Tang dynasty (618–907). While it has no fixed date on the calendar, it traditionally falls on the 15th day of the eighth month – a full moon day. This year's celebrations start on September 29, 2023
The story of Chang'E and the Jade Rabbit is the most renowned tale of its origin. Chang’E drank the Elixir of Immortality, ascended to Heaven, and became the Goddess of the Moon.
Today, this 3,500-year-old tradition is observed all over the world to celebrate the beautiful Goddess, blessings of an abundant harvest, and life’s cycles turning between old and new. Resembling the shape of the full moon, mooncakes symbolize unity and harmony and are enjoyed with tea during family reunions.
We wish you happiness, prosperity, health, and many shared memories.
Due to transportation issues outside of California, your mooncake order may not be delivered in time for the Mid-Autumn Festival as originally expected.