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Google celebrates Taiwan’s Mid Autumn Festival with doodle

Happy Mid Autumn Festival, Taiwan!

The present Doodle commemorates Taiwan’s Mid Autumn Festival, an occasion watched every year on the date of the harvest moon–the first full moon after the autumnal equinox.

Mid Autumn Festival gives a yearly chance to gaze toward the night sky and value the common magnificence of the moon, all while getting a charge out of some heavenly culinary treats.

The mark snack of the celebration is mooncakes–round, filled cakes that come in innumerable sweet and savory assortments. One customary variation contains a salted egg yolk in the middle, symbolic of the bright full moon around which the occasion circles.

When you’ve had your fill, attempt one of the enormous citrus natural products called pomelos. What’s more, expect to see kids donning the peels as festive caps, which are generally said to carry good fortune to the individuals who wear them.

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