Mooncakes made of gold and silver are selling like hot cakes in China as gifts during the Mid-Autumn Festival.
Mooncakes are synonymous with the Mid-Autumn Festival, originally a harvest festival celebrated annually by the ethnic Chinese across Asia.
Coco, the cafe-patisserie at The Mira Hong Kong, is collaborating with Lindt Chocolate to create this year’s mooncakes for the Mid-Autumn festival. These chocolate mooncake come in four sophisticated flavours (sour, sweet, bitter and spicy) boxed in designer packaging to reflect Cocoâ€™s couture roots.
On the picture above, A sales assistant displays pure gold moon cakes at a department store in Yinchuan, capital of northwest China’s Ningxia Hui Autonomous Region. Moon cake is a Chinese pastry traditionally eaten during the Mid-Autumn Festival falls on Sept. 14 this year. Various brands of mooncake are already on sale, but some people […]