Friday Late – Talk: Discovering Mooncakes

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Date: 30 September 2016
Time: 19:00 -
Location: BRLSI
Admission: Admission: Public £6; MEAA Friends, BRLSI members & Students £3

A traditional pastry to be shared and eaten at Mid-Autumn Festival, mooncakes have also become a symbol of bribery and excess in contemporary Chinese culture. Learn more about the origins of mooncakes, their regional variations, and their place in modern China.

Sienna Parulis-Cook is a writer and editor who lived and worked in China for seven years. She worked as a mooncake salesgirl in Beijing in 2007 and wrote her MA thesis on mooncake exchange in contemporary China at the School of Oriental and African Studies (SOAS) in 2009 .

 



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Add to your Calendar 30 September 2016 19:00 30 September 2016 Europe/London [MEAA] Friday Late – Talk: Discovering Mooncakes

A traditional pastry to be shared and eaten at Mid-Autumn Festival, mooncakes have also become a symbol of bribery and excess in contemporary Chinese culture. Learn more about the origins of mooncakes, their regional variations, and their place in modern China.

Sienna Parulis-Cook is a writer and editor who lived and worked in China for seven years. She worked as a mooncake salesgirl in Beijing in 2007 and wrote her MA thesis on mooncake exchange in contemporary China at the School of Oriental and African Studies (SOAS) in 2009 .

 

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