Mid-Autumn Festival food like mooncakes, pomelo and lotus root all have auspicious meanings behind them – here are a few explained

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The full moon occurring closest to the autumnal equinox is significant to communities worldwide, and celebrated in many Asian countries as the Mid-Autumn Festival, focusing on family reunions and venerations of the moon. The foods associated with the festival comprise crops typically harvested in northeast Asia during this season, whose forms or names convey auspicious meaning.The pomelo, whose spherical shape signifies the full moon, is 柚, which – pronounced yauh/yáu in Cantonese, yòu in…

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