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Looks like I might be missing out this year, so make me really jealous and show me what you're eating.
 

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:oops: :oops: :oops: pity me......not going home celebrate with family in home town.....so miss the moment wif family, eating mooncake, chit-chating....having fun.....but now all alone coz study in anoter state........:-s :-s :-s....
 

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Mooncake is a traditional chinese culture food, it looks like the pic in below, inside it is some sweet lotus paste, we celebrate the moon cake festival every year, 15 august in lunar calender, mayb mooncake sounds kinda strange to western ppl, mayb u shud try it once wheh hv chance....hehe...:-d :-d :-d

 

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Too bad there are no Chinese shops here (I live on a little isolated island), but I would certainly like to try it. Specially colored versions. I saw purple and pink yelly versions that looked very delicious.

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Looks like I might be missing out this year, so make me really jealous and show me what you're eating.
Hey here's a request I can actually fulfill. Even though I am a gwailo, I like moon cakes and recently bought some on my last trip to HK. I only have 2 left. Got them from Wing Wah.
(My kids were not thrilled by the duck egg yolks!) But they are great with some jasmine tea.


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Hey here's a request I can actually fulfill. Even though I am a gwailo, I like moon cakes and recently bought some on my last trip to HK. I only have 2 left. Got them from Wing Wah.
(My kids were not thrilled by the duck egg yolks!) But there are great with some jasmine tea.


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gwailo !!!!! classic !!! been with them for the past 6 yrs and still luving it :-!.

well instead of mooncake, i went bear claw to celebrate the festive season. :-d
 

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Just come back from my mother's house to celebrate the Mid Autum Festival and enjoyed the mooncake with my family. No matter where we are and what we are doing, we will go back home to stay with our family, like the moon becoming full again.



By the way, the price of one box of the mooncake is about a basic G's.:-d

Cheers,

Wah
 

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Hey here's a request I can actually fulfill. Even though I am a gwailo, I like moon cakes and recently bought some on my last trip to HK. I only have 2 left. Got them from Wing Wah.
(My kids were not thrilled by the duck egg yolks!) But they are great with some jasmine tea.


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OoO.....U noe how 2speak cantonese.....BRAVO!!! :-! :-! :-!
 

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I've never tried a mooncake. :-( I've had way too many moonpies, though..


I might try one if I knew what was in it. :think: Are the colors made with food coloring?
 

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These look too cool to eat!

Mooncake is a traditional chinese culture food, it looks like the pic in below, inside it is some sweet lotus paste, we celebrate the moon cake festival every year, 15 august in lunar calender, mayb mooncake sounds kinda strange to western ppl, mayb u shud try it once wheh hv chance....hehe...:-d :-d :-d

 

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No mooncakes, but I am sort of in the spirit. I'm eating steamed chicken and mixed vegetables just delivered from one of our local Chinese restaurants.

 
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