Self-made moon cakes popular for Festival

Updated: 2011-09-05 09:08


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Self-made moon cakes popular for Festival

A woman shows two moon cakes she made on her own at a shop in Shenyang, Northeast China's Liaoning province, September 4, 2011. People can make their own moon cakes, which Chinese people eat as a tradition during Mid-Autumn Festival, in this shop. The Mid-Autumn Festival, a time for Chinese people to get together with their families and enjoy the full moon, falls on the fifteenth day of the eighth month according to Chinese lunar calendar and this year is on September 12. [Photo/CFP]

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