Mid Autumn Festival
Chinese lunar calender - 15 August
There was a battle going on in the late Yuan Dynasty and people were not allowed to communicate in any form. Therefore they put slips of notes into cakes which they called "mooncakes" and feigned to officers that they made these cakes only for the purpose for eating for their friends, or just as a little gift. The officers believed them, but the slips actually read the time, date and venue for rebellions against their government.
Nowadays, it is a day for people to express their thankfulness to "heaven (moon) and earth (earth god)" for the bliss they had in the whole year. People usually eat mooncakes as a reminiscence, and this represents the state of having a warm and happy family.--http://chineseculture.about.com/cs/foodrecipe/
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