China’s Mooncake Crackdown

Monday marks the Mid-Autumn Festival, one of China's biggest holidays, the traditional harvest festival marked by a full moon. It is also a time to exchange mooncakes, typically round pastries about 10 centimeters in diameter and 3 to 4 centimeters thick, usually filled with red bean paste or lotus seeds and often containing a salted duck egg yolk to symbolize the moon.

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