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le of Mong▓ols so they planned an uprising, but they had no way to inform every Han people who wanted to joi▓n them the time of the uprising without being discovered b▓y the Mongols. One day, the military counselor of the Han people's army, Liu Bowen, thought out▓ a stratagem related to moon

ense filling.Mooncakes are usually eaten in smal

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cakes. Liu Bowen asked his soldiers to spread the rumor that there ▓would be a serious disease in winter and eating mooncakes was the only way to cure the disease, then he asked soldiers to write "uprising, on the night of the Mid-Autumn Festival" on slips of paper, put them into mooncake

hared by family members. They are generally se

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s and then sell them to common Han people. When the night of the Mid-Autumn Festival came a huge uprising broke out. From then on, peop▓le have eaten mooncakes every Mid-Autumn Festival to commemorate the uprising.Now▓adays, people also like appreciating the moon on Autum▓n Moon Festival. F

inese tea, and very rarely, mooncakes are serv

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amily members have dinner together in the evening of the festival.T▓raditional Mooncakes·FillingsThe types of filling vary according to the region's tradition. The most used fillings are as follows:Lotus seed paste (鑾茶搲, lían róng): It is made fro▓m dried lotus seed