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Mei-Xin 2023 Mini Assorted Mooncakes (2pcs/Box)

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香港美心 2023迷你分享装 月饼(2块/盒)

140g 蛋黄白莲蓉月饼x1+蛋黄莲蓉月饼x1

Mei-Xin 2023Mini Assorted Moon Cake(2pc/Box)

WHITE LOTUS SEED PASTE MOONCAKES WITH 1 YOLKS + LOTUS SEED PASTE MOONCAKES WITH 2 YOLK

A Gift for a Great Beauty!

On Mid-Autumn Festival, the full moon night of the eighth lunar month, an open-air altar is set up facing the moon for the worship of Chang'e the Moon Goddess. New Moon Cakes are put on the altar for her to bless so that she endows her worshippers with great beauty. Since the Zhou dynasty (1045-221 BC) Chinese Emperors have worshipped the moon in autumn to bring a bumper harvest the following year. 

The Moon Festival and Harvest Moon Festival are celebrated mainly in Chinese and Vietnamese communities 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). This year many will celebrate virtually by sharing Moon Cakes together via zoom. 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



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香港美心 2023迷你分享装 月饼(2块/盒) 140g 蛋黄白莲蓉月饼x1+蛋黄莲蓉月饼x1 Mei-Xin 2023Mini Assorted Moon Cake(2pc/Box) WHITE LOTUS SEED PASTE MOONCAKES WITH 1 YOLKS + LOTUS SEED... Read more

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    Description

    香港美心 2023迷你分享装 月饼(2块/盒)

    140g 蛋黄白莲蓉月饼x1+蛋黄莲蓉月饼x1

    Mei-Xin 2023Mini Assorted Moon Cake(2pc/Box)

    WHITE LOTUS SEED PASTE MOONCAKES WITH 1 YOLKS + LOTUS SEED PASTE MOONCAKES WITH 2 YOLK

    A Gift for a Great Beauty!

    On Mid-Autumn Festival, the full moon night of the eighth lunar month, an open-air altar is set up facing the moon for the worship of Chang'e the Moon Goddess. New Moon Cakes are put on the altar for her to bless so that she endows her worshippers with great beauty. Since the Zhou dynasty (1045-221 BC) Chinese Emperors have worshipped the moon in autumn to bring a bumper harvest the following year. 

    The Moon Festival and Harvest Moon Festival are celebrated mainly in Chinese and Vietnamese communities 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). This year many will celebrate virtually by sharing Moon Cakes together via zoom. 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



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