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Cheeky Mooning Cakes in time for the Chinese moon festival

It is customary to give moon cakes to family and friends when celebrating the traditional Chinese moon festival. So when September 22 roles around, loads of tasty pastries are baked and distributed among those celebrating the harvest festival. But for those who just can’t help having a nine-year-old’s sense of humor, a specialty bakery known as G.O.D. offers these cheeky “mooning cakes”. And since you can order them online at just HK$65 (buy 10, get 1 free), the rest of the world can celebrate holiday too.

Cheeky Moon Cakes from G.O.D.
Cheeky Moon Cakes from G.O.D.

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