Traditional celebration of the Moon festival is celebrated on the 13th day of the 8th month of the lunar calendar, This year it goes to 13th of September.
Also being called as mid-Autumn Festival, this is one of the most important chinese celebration with the Chinese New Year and the Dragon Boat festival.
The Moon festival helds during the night, when the moon is on its pick of shining and preatiest in the year. This full moon night symbolizes the united family and the gathering.
On this day, the whole family gathers around a festive table with a pyramid of « Yuebing » (mooncakes) in the center.
These cakes, which are eaten during the moon festival offer varied recipes with a mix of unexpected ingredients.
So salty egg yolk, lotus seed, nuts, peanuts, meat, dried fruits or paste of red beans combine theirs flavors to make unique cakes.