Sunday, 27 September 2015


Happy Mid-Autumn | Mooncakes




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Today September 27th is the day Mid-Autumn Festival is celebrated.
Mooncakes are eaten during this festival - families will get together and sharing mooncakes while watching the moon. Similar tradition/ festival in Japan is Tsukimi [Literally moon-viewing].


Traditional Mooncakes Fillings/Flavors are:
Lotus seed paste, Sweet bean paste, Five kernel, Egg yolk, Jujube paste.


Nowadays, there are a lot of new Mooncake flavors/ fillings to choose. Starting from Durian flavor/filling, cream cheese filling, Seafood filling [What??] and many more.

But today, I'm going to show you few Mooncakes that I bought recently from Good Chen Moon Cake.

Hello kitty Mooncake - It comes with a FREE Gift
Hello Kitty Metal Tin Bento Box/ Lunch Box

*Paper Bag



*The front



*The back



*How it looks in the inside


Baked Mooncake:

Pandan White Lotus with Single Yolk



Snowy Mooncake:

Premium Musang King Durian



Beauty Collagen White Lotus Mochi Read Bean Cranberries




Black Forest



Doraemon Mooncake | Also have FREE Gift if bought 4 pcs Mooncake.
*But I only bought One.
Snowberry - Red Bean Paste-Strawberry Mochi





And that's it. The Mooncake is cute, but what important is the taste is unique and yummy! I have bought another 2 Mooncakes, but haven't open them yet.

Anyway, I might not be posting update regularly as I used to, as my sem is already started, - it's not like I have interesting story to tell anyway right? lol
But hey, I will be visiting you when I can even when I am not posting an update.
Until then, Have a nice day & Happy blogging! Ja ne~ ~ Pai pai~ ~


12 comments:

  1. I love mooncakes!
    They are so tasty and it's always a little adventure to try out fillings that you haven't tried yet :)

    Micky♡
    http://princessfromjupiter.blogspot.com

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  2. Awwwww all of this Moon cakes look so cute and delicious >w<
    I love the Hello Kitty box so much <3

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    1. Yes, they are all so yummy! ^ ω ^

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  3. Mmm... Looks yummy! I've never heard about this Japanese festival before :)

    Have a nice week, dear!
    xx Veronica
    http://veronica-mangojuice.blogspot.com

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    1. Japanese festival is Tsukimi [Moon viewing], but unlike Chinese, Japanese festival food is rice dumplings, Tsukimi dango. ◕ ◡ ◕

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  4. this is so so cute !! :)
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  5. You had my heart at Hello Kitty ;) I love how creative and fun these are, very cool! Hahaha seafood really?!?!

    http://rainbow-roseblossom.blogspot.co.nz/

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    1. Hey Rainbow! tehehe, yes seafood, like abalone and seaweed. I never tried tho, maybe next year.
      Seafood mooncake is suitable for those who likes salty than sweet. ^ ω ^

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  6. thats a beauty..:)
    http://zoomlabakalim.blogspot.com.tr

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  7. THESE LOOK SO CUTE!!! I really want to try them!
    Did you order them online or is there a store near you? What flavor do you recommend for a newbie like me? <3
    Ohdearmilk ✧・゜*

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