How foreigners enjoy mooncakes at Mid-Autumn Festival?

VOV.VN -Mooncake is a symbol of the Mid-Autumn Festival celebrated by the Vietnamese for centuries.

Asked to try the cakes, foreign visitors have a number of different reactions. Let’s check out the video below to see their interesting response:

It is said that round cakes represent the universe and square cakes to replicate the world.

The lotus and green bean paste inside the cakes represent nature and people, while the egg symbolises yin and yang, the ancient Chinese philosophy of positive and negative forces.

The mooncake comes in two varieties, sweet banh deo (sticky rice cake) and savoury banh nuong (baked cake).

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