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Moon Cakes are eaten on Chinese New Years because the Chinese New Year is based on the lunar calendar (and the little treats look like the moon). They are also eaten as part of an autumn, harvest type celebration which falls on the 15th day of the 8th lunar month. #cake

Roasted garlic/ginger peanuts to celebrate Happy Tet New Year!

Love the unconventional use of a chair to set the mood here. By @Vivian An

Haagen-Daz mooncakes. want to try

mooncake Celebrate Mooncake Festival at SM City Sta. Mesa! Get Chinese food and Non food products at the the Mooncake bazaar located at the 2F railings #HappyMooncakefestival #SMSTMooncake

Chinese TV program on how to make 兰州拉面. Lán​zhōu lā​miàn are hand-pulled noodles served in a variety of broths.

Mooncake | How Singaporean celebrate mooncake festival