You know autumn is approaching when mooncakes start appearing in the shops! But do you know why moon cakes are eaten at the Mid-Autumn Festival? Would you like to learn more about the festival? Would you like to get together with friends or colleagues to celebrate? Join us for our Mid-Autumn Festival celebration or create your own custom event for family, friends or colleagues! Read on to find out more!
Thursday the 1st of October is Mid-Autumn Festival (中秋节 Zhōngqiū jié) in China! To celebrate the festival, families get together and enjoy eating mooncakes (月饼 yuèbǐng) and drinking tea… and they may even get to gaze at the full moon if the skies are clear enough!
But where does the tradition of mooncakes come from? And what are some of the most common flavours you can enjoy over the holidays? Read on to find out more!
Celebrate Mid-Autumn Festival in a slightly different way this year! Join Cultural Keys and Louise from Pet Pamperaz for a mooncake workshop with a twist – we’ll be making mooncakes for our furry friends!
PLUS! Read on after the event details to learn more about Chateau Canine, Beijing’s best resort for giving your furry friends a vacation they’ll never forget!