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Mooncake (MidAutumn Festival or Moon Festival)available at Hong Kong Disneyland

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  • Mooncake (MidAutumn Festival or Moon Festival)available at Hong Kong Disneyland

    Chinese Mooncake is now available at Hong Kong Disneyland.

    25th September 2007 is Chinese Mid-Autumn Festival (or Moon Festival) in Hong Kong.

    Mooncake is a Chinese pastry traditionally eaten during the Mid-Autumn Festival.

    Hong Kong Disneyland MoonCake is a bit different than Disney branded Mooncake, at least packaging is different.
    Last edited by PennysBayChronicle; 09-23-2007, 01:48 PM.

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    Re: Mooncake (MidAutumn Festival or Moon Festival)available at Hong Kong Disneyland

    ORGOCH: I s'pose Mooncakes is all right if'n ya LIKES that sort a thing. But as fer me, it's a nice hot plate a frog legs that does the trick!

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      Re: Mooncake (MidAutumn Festival or Moon Festival)available at Hong Kong Disneyland

      Ah! I was in Hong Kong during the "Mooncake"/Mid-Autumn Festival last year, and there were a few Disney mooncakes about. There was also specialised bakery around the corner from my hotel in TST that got a few pennies from us, I can tell you. I actually found out I got my current job while I was in Hong Kong, so I had a few excuses for celebratory mooncakes.

      *smacks lips* Might head down to the local Chinese supermarket and see if I can pick some up this week...
      I don't mean to sound bitter, cold, or cruel, but I am, so that's how it comes out. - Bill Hicks

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        Re: Mooncake (MidAutumn Festival or Moon Festival)available at Hong Kong Disneyland

        Picture, anyone?
        I want my cake back!
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