Mid-Autumn festival is widely celebrated around Asia. Mooncakes are a traditional pastry shared and eaten at the Mid-Autumn Festival, mainly in China. They have also become a symbol of bribery and excess in contemporary Chinese culture. Join us to learn about the cultural significance of mooncakes, their origins, regional variations and place in modern China.
Sienna Parulis-Cook is a writer and Chinese tourism specialist who lived and worked in China for seven years.