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brown rice green tea mooncake

brown rice green tea mooncake

green tea snow skin mooncake

green tea snow skin mooncake

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

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

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ice-cream mooncake

ice-cream mooncake

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