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One moon, one cake

2008-09-08 06:20:06 GMT2008-09-08 14:20:06 (Beijing Time) Xinhua English

A pedestrian chooses lanterns for the Mid-Autumn Festival at a store in Hong Kong, south China, Sept. 7, 2008. The Mid-Autumn Festival, a traditional Chinese holiday for family reunion and mooncakes, falls on Sept. 14 this year. (Xinhua/Liu Lianfen)

A customer chooses lanterns for the Mid-Autumn Festival at a store in Hong Kong, south China, Sept. 7, 2008. The Mid-Autumn Festival, a traditional Chinese holiday for family reunion and mooncakes, falls on Sept. 14 this year. (Xinhua/Liu Lianfen)

Moon cakes are hung on the outside of a shop at the China Town, Pancoran in Jakarta, Indonesia, Sept. 7, 2008. Large amount of moon cakes came into the market in Jakarta before the traditional Chinese Mid-Autumn Festival which falls on Sept. 14 this year. (Xinhua/Yue Yuewei)

Boxes for moon cakes are hung on the outside of a shop at China Town, Pancoran in Jakarta, Indonesia, Sept. 7, 2008. Large amount of moon cakes came into the market in Jakarta before the traditional Chinese Mid-Autumn Festival which falls on Sept. 14 this year. (Xinhua/Yue Yuewei)

The Mid-Autumn Festival, a traditional Chinese holiday for family reunion and mooncakes, falls on Sept. 14 this year.

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