For the Chinese community, Mid-Autumn Festival is celebrated in the month of September or early October.
The celebration includes having an indispensable traditional delicacy called mooncake which is a kind of pastry filled with lotus seed paste with a salted duck egg in the center core. The egg yolk in the center represents the mid-autumn moon which is always full during the celebration period according to Chinese calendar.
Can you see the full round moon above behind the misty cloud after a rainy night?
In addition to having mooncakes, lanterns are also displayed during the festivity to celebrate the end of summer harvesting season in ancient China.