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This post was edited by futsanglung at 2016-9-20 08:07

Chinese communities celebrate the Mid-Autumn Festival, also known as the Moon or lantern festival, marking the end of harvest and the fullest Moon of the year.


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    Brightly lit lanterns are hung in Hong Kong to celebrate the Mid-Autumn festival, which happens on the 15th day of the eight month in the Lunar calendar.

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    It is celebrated in places like China, Hong Kong, Singapore, Vietnam and Taiwan, where a strong Chinese community is present.

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    This student in Beijing was eating a moon cake, a lotus paste cake representing a full circle of completeness and unity which are traditionally shared during the festival.

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    Even this monkey in Qingdao got to have his share of cake, though this may be a different take on the traditional moon cake which contains a salted duck egg yolk and a baked pastry crust

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    Traditional paper lanterns, which come in all shapes and sizes, are an important symbol of the festival, seen here in Hanoi, Vietnam.

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    In Vietnam the festival is also known as Trung Thu. Children commonly join streets parades, carrying lanterns and wearing masks.

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    The Tai Hang Fire Dragon Dance team in Hong Kong performs a century-long tradition of waving incense-lit, straw-filled dragons to bring blessings to onlookers.





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Post time 2016-9-20 08:09:21 |Display all floors
Moon cakes! No thank you.

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Post time 2016-9-20 08:13:14 |Display all floors
mixamixa Post time: 2016-9-20 08:09
Moon cakes! No thank you.

Why not? You can eat them with your pals in the Karaoke bar, I am sure that will float your boat.

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Post time 2016-9-20 08:15:40 |Display all floors
futsanglung Post time: 2016-9-20 02:13
Why not? You can eat them with your pals in the Karaoke bar, I am sure that will float your boat.

Fruits eat fruit at KTV

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Post time 2016-9-20 08:24:22 |Display all floors
mixamixa Post time: 2016-9-20 08:15
Fruits eat fruit at KTV

As you are a KTV expert maybe you know more than I do.

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