We would like to wish all of our customers, both in-store and online, a very happy Mid Autumn Festival. There are plenty of celebrations going on locally, so why not get involved? Here’s a look at some of the events being organised by local charities and community groups…
Mooncakes are traditional pastries filled with sweetened lotus seed paste which are usually eaten during the Mid Autumn Festival. Read this article to learn more about this Chinese delicacy and the legend of how Mooncakes helped the Chinese overthrow Mongol rule.
We’re pleased to announce that Mooncakes are back in stock for this year! Mooncakes are a traditional festival food which are eaten as part of the Mid Autumn Festival, sometimes called Mooncake Day or the Moon Festival.
We hope that you enjoyed the mooncake tastings that our friends at Tai Tung Bakery provided on 6&7th September! Don’t forget that the Overseas Chinese Association Mid Autumn Festival Banquet will be on 14th September!
Did you know that the Mid-Autumn Festival falls on 14th September this year? This year, the Overseas Chinese Association has organised their Mid-Autumn Festival Banquet at Water Sky Bristol on Sunday 14th September 2008.
The Moon Festival is one of the most important events in the Chinese calendar. Learn more about the folklore that surrounds this festival, and get some ideas on how to celebrate with friends and family at home!
To celebrate the Moon Festival we are offering moon cake tastings and discounts in conjunction with Tai Tung Bakery. Why not come down to our store this weekend (8th and 9th September) to try a taste of the orient?