30 Aug '12, 3am
今年もそろそろ月餅のシーズン。シンガポールのPeony Jade Restaurant からはこーんなリアルな3Dのアングリーバード月餅がでるらしいよ！ｗｗｗ #angrybird
Time to dust off your lanterns, roll out your best Chinese teas, and get your moonshades on: the Mid-Autumn Festival is right around the corner. Traditionally eaten on the 15th day of the eighth lunar month, the ‘Night of the [full] Moon’ (3 October this year), these dense, tender-skinned cakes are now consumed months before the actual day. In Singapore, mooncakes have taken a life of their own: they now come in all shapes, sizes and flavours, and are eaten as treats and given as a sign of respect ― Chinese families offer boxes of this dessert to their elders. Singapore has possibly the most varied selection of mooncakes in the world, a selection that just gets bigger every year. For instance, on top of all the varieties already out there, this year sees the addition of ham-and-cheese, lobster and Angry Birds mooncakes. Scroll on!