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  • Mooncake Festival

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    Moon Cake Festival: A Mid-Autumn Festival (Chung Chiu), the third major festival of the Chinese calendar, is celebrated on the 15th day of the eighth month. This festival corresponds to harvest festival s observed by Western cultures (in Hong Kong, it is held in conjunction with the annual Lantern Festival). Contrary to what most people believe, this festival probably has less to do with harvest festivities than with the philosophically minded chinese of old. The union of man's spirit with nature

  • Meaning Of Mooncake Ceremony

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    the many rituals celebrated in Hong Kong is Mid–Autumn Festival, which is also called Mooncake festival. As the name indicates, mooncakes play a very important role in this particular time of the year. Why then is it called Mooncake festival? Legend has it that it concerns the Han Chinese uprising against the ruling Mongols at the end of the Yuan dynasty. During this time, the Han Chinese used traditional mooncakes

  • Being Chinese Vietnamese American

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    paper lanterns, small candles, vibrant-colored toys, and a variety of cakes. Mooncakes, or Bánh Trung Thu, is the Vietnamese name for the Chinese-influenced bakery delight traditionally eaten during the Mid-Autumn Festival. A key to the festival’s celebration in addition to lunar worship and moon-watching, was enjoying with family and friends an indispensable delicacy with sips of warm tea. My aunt bought me a mooncake in the shape of a cute piglet. Being twice the size of my hands combined, I happily

  • What Is The Mooncake Festival Essay

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    festival.From here we can seen that the Mid-Autumn celebration is one of the most significant part of the Chinese cultural heritage.This festival is known in Malaysia as the Mooncake festival due to the popular practice of buying and eating mooncakes.As it is connected with paper lanterns, it is also called the Lantern Festival. Mooncake festival take place on the 15th day of the 8th month in the Chinese Lunar Calender every year, which is in September or early October in the Gregorian calendar. On that

  • What Is The Mid-Autumn Festival Essay

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    The Moon Festival or generally called as Mid-Autumn Festival is one of the most memorable Chinese culture I have ever seen in Hong Kong. That is not my first time to participate in Chinese festival, since I always celebrate Chinese New Year in my home country, Indonesia. Chinese New Year is always become an annual celebration of happy life where my big family is gathering together and the young will get the red envelope (hóng bāo) as the symbol of good luck in study or job career. Although I come

  • A Study On The Oriental Market Essay

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    It is quite surprising that I found an oriental market in Lincoln. In my imagination, big city like New York, California is more diverse than a small city like Lincoln. As a business student, it also triggers my curiosity on how the business survives in a place, where not many Asians were living. To satisfy my curiosity in the business, I decided to take a trip to explore the oriental market. The oriental market is located at 612 N 27th St, Lincoln. Outside the store, there is a spacious space

  • Company Background of Kee Wah

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    brand now has now become a household name among locals, as well as other Asian communities around the world. In terms of product range, aside from traditional bakery products such as mooncakes and bridal pastries, Kee Wah has also been continuously pushing the envelope of modern

  • Company Background of Kee Wah

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    Kong to Mainland China, Taiwan, North America and Japan. The brand now has now become a household name among locals, as well as other Asian communities around the world. In terms of product range, aside from traditional bakery products such as mooncakes and bridal pastries, Kee Wah has also been continuously pushing the envelope of modern

  • A Short Story : A Story?

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    Warm, streaming tears fell across my pale skin as I watched the fiery and radiant lantern float gently across the fading sky. With each swing it took, flashbacks of my grim memories flooded my brain and tears continued to pour. I curled tightly into a ball and buried my face into my chest in frustration. But Grandma hollered me in. “Aubrey-ah, come inside and get dressed! Outside, too cold,” she said in her best American accent. “Okay, Grandma. I’m coming,” I sniffled, wiping my tears away with

  • Helping The Elderly. Density Of Food

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    HELPING THE ELDERLY Density of food is a major factor to those who have trouble eating, like injured soldiers or the elderly. PERonalized Food using Rapid Manufacturing for the Nutrition of elderly ConsumErs (a.k.a. PERFORMANCE) is a project for which the goal is to produce personalized meals by 3D printing that are both nutritious and appealing. The project cost more than $4 million dollars to complete, but PERFORMANCE now has a plan to help the elderly. Each elderly person in a residence

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