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HONGKONG-SECURITY/EMIGRATION
RTX8HIM8 
December 21, 2020 
Asa Lai, who is emigrating to Scotland with her family, makes mooncakes which are traditionally eaten... 
Hong Kong, China 
The Wider Image: Leaving Hong Kong: A family makes a wrenching decision 
Asa Lai, who is emigrating to Scotland with her family, makes mooncakes which are traditionally eaten during the Mid-Autumn festival, with her daughter Eunis, 12, at their home in Hong Kong, China, September 27, 2020. REUTERS/Tyrone Siu SEARCH "HONG KONG IMMIGRATION" FOR THIS STORY. SEARCH "WIDER IMAGE" FOR ALL STORIES 
CHINA-AGRICULTURE/PLANT-BASED
RTX79HH9 
November 18, 2019 
Zhenmeat mooncakes, made of plant-based meat, are displayed for tasting at a trade exhibition ahead of... 
Beijing, China 
Zhenmeat mooncakes, made of plant-based meat, are displayed for tasting at a trade exhibition in Beijing... 
Zhenmeat mooncakes, made of plant-based meat, are displayed for tasting at a trade exhibition ahead of the Mid-Autumn Festival in Beijing, China September 11, 2019. Picture taken September 11, 2019. REUTERS/Pei Li 
Pictures Report
Pictures Report 
Lantern-waving Hong Kong protesters take to hills 
24 PICTURES 
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In the Headlines 
Lantern-waving Hong Kong protesters take to hills 
32 PICTURES 
HONGKONG-EXTRADITION/MOONCAKES
RTS2LW5S 
July 12, 2019 
Mooncakes with Chinese words "Hongkonger" are seen at Wah Yee Tang Bakery in Hong Kong, China July 12,... 
Hong Kong, China 
Mooncakes with Chinese words "Hongkonger" are seen at Wah Yee Tang Bakery in Hong Kong 
Mooncakes with Chinese words "Hongkonger" are seen at Wah Yee Tang Bakery in Hong Kong, China July 12, 2019. REUTERS/Tyrone Siu 
HONGKONG-EXTRADITION/MOONCAKES
RTS2LW5F 
July 12, 2019 
An employee picks anti-extradition mooncakes with slogans at Wah Yee Tang Bakery in Hong Kong, China... 
Hong Kong, China 
An employee picks anti-extradition mooncakes with slogans at Wah Yee Tang Bakery in Hong Kong 
An employee picks anti-extradition mooncakes with slogans at Wah Yee Tang Bakery in Hong Kong, China July 12, 2019. REUTERS/Tyrone Siu 
HONGKONG-EXTRADITION/MOONCAKES
RTS2LW57 
July 12, 2019 
An employee makes mooncakes with anti-extradition bill slogans at Wah Yee Tang Bakery in Hong Kong, China... 
Hong Kong, China 
An employee makes mooncakes with anti-extradition bill slogans at Wah Yee Tang Bakery in Hong Kong 
An employee makes mooncakes with anti-extradition bill slogans at Wah Yee Tang Bakery in Hong Kong, China July 12, 2019. REUTERS/Tyrone Siu 
HONGKONG-EXTRADITION/MOONCAKES
RTS2LW55 
July 12, 2019 
An employee makes mooncakes with anti-extradition bill slogans at Wah Yee Tang Bakery in Hong Kong, China... 
Hong Kong, China 
An employee makes mooncakes with anti-extradition bill slogans at Wah Yee Tang Bakery in Hong Kong 
An employee makes mooncakes with anti-extradition bill slogans at Wah Yee Tang Bakery in Hong Kong, China July 12, 2019. REUTERS/Tyrone Siu 
HONGKONG-EXTRADITION/MOONCAKES
RTS2LW53 
July 12, 2019 
An employee makes mooncakes with anti-extradition bill slogans at Wah Yee Tang Bakery in Hong Kong, China... 
Hong Kong, China 
An employee makes mooncakes with anti-extradition bill slogans at Wah Yee Tang Bakery in Hong Kong 
An employee makes mooncakes with anti-extradition bill slogans at Wah Yee Tang Bakery in Hong Kong, China July 12, 2019. REUTERS/Tyrone Siu 
HONGKONG-EXTRADITION/MOONCAKES
RTS2LW4Q 
July 12, 2019 
Mooncakes with Chinese words "Support each other" are seen at Wah Yee Tang Bakery in Hong Kong, China... 
Hong Kong, China 
Mooncakes with Chinese words "Support each other" are seen at Wah Yee Tang Bakery in Hong Kong 
Mooncakes with Chinese words "Support each other" are seen at Wah Yee Tang Bakery in Hong Kong, China July 12, 2019. REUTERS/Tyrone Siu 
HONGKONG-EXTRADITION/MOONCAKES
RTS2LW4I 
July 12, 2019 
An employee poses with an anti-extradition mooncake with Chinese words "Support each other" at Wah Yee... 
Hong Kong, China 
An employee poses with an anti-extradition mooncake with Chinese words "Support each other" at Wah Yee... 
An employee poses with an anti-extradition mooncake with Chinese words "Support each other" at Wah Yee Tang Bakery in Hong Kong, China July 12, 2019. REUTERS/Tyrone Siu 
HONGKONG-EXTRADITION/MOONCAKES
RTS2LW48 
July 12, 2019 
An employee makes anti-extradition bill mooncakes at Wah Yee Tang Bakery in Hong Kong, China July 12,... 
Hong Kong, China 
An employee makes anti-extradition bill mooncakes at Wah Yee Tang Bakery in Hong Kong 
An employee makes anti-extradition bill mooncakes at Wah Yee Tang Bakery in Hong Kong, China July 12, 2019. REUTERS/Tyrone Siu 
HONGKONG-EXTRADITION/MOONCAKES
RTS2LW3T 
July 12, 2019 
An employee makes mooncakes with anti-extradition bill slogans at Wah Yee Tang Bakery in Hong Kong, China... 
Hong Kong, China 
An employee makes mooncakes with anti-extradition bill slogans at Wah Yee Tang Bakery in Hong Kong 
An employee makes mooncakes with anti-extradition bill slogans at Wah Yee Tang Bakery in Hong Kong, China July 12, 2019. REUTERS/Tyrone Siu 
HONGKONG-EXTRADITION/MOONCAKES
RTS2LW3L 
July 12, 2019 
An employee takes a tray of mooncakes with anti-extradition bill slogans out of the oven at Wah Yee Tang... 
Hong Kong, China 
An employee takes a tray of mooncakes with anti-extradition bill slogans out of the oven at Wah Yee Tang... 
An employee takes a tray of mooncakes with anti-extradition bill slogans out of the oven at Wah Yee Tang Bakery in Hong Kong, China July 12, 2019. REUTERS/Tyrone Siu 
HONGKONG-EXTRADITION/MOONCAKES
RTS2LW3F 
July 12, 2019 
An employee takes a tray of mooncakes with anti-extradition bill slogans out of the oven at Wah Yee Tang... 
Hong Kong, China 
An employee takes a tray of mooncakes with anti-extradition bill slogans out of the oven at Wah Yee Tang... 
An employee takes a tray of mooncakes with anti-extradition bill slogans out of the oven at Wah Yee Tang Bakery in Hong Kong, China July 12, 2019. REUTERS/Tyrone Siu 
HONGKONG-EXTRADITION/MOONCAKES
RTS2LW39 
July 12, 2019 
An employee walks past mooncakes with anti-extradition bill slogans, at Wah Yee Tang Bakery in Hong Kong,... 
Hong Kong, China 
An employee walks past mooncakes with anti-extradition bill slogans, at Wah Yee Tang Bakery in Hong Kong... 
An employee walks past mooncakes with anti-extradition bill slogans, at Wah Yee Tang Bakery in Hong Kong, China July 12, 2019. REUTERS/Tyrone Siu 
HONGKONG-EXTRADITION/MOONCAKES
RTS2LW33 
July 12, 2019 
Mooncakes with Chinese words "No withdrawal, no dispersal" are seen at Wah Yee Tang Bakery in Hong Kong,... 
Hong Kong, China 
Mooncakes with Chinese words "No withdrawal, no dispersal" are seen at Wah Yee Tang Bakery in Hong Kong... 
Mooncakes with Chinese words "No withdrawal, no dispersal" are seen at Wah Yee Tang Bakery in Hong Kong, China July 12, 2019. REUTERS/Tyrone Siu 
GLOBAL-CONFECTIONERY/
RTX5UM9O 
April 21, 2018 
A mini mooncake is displayed for sale at traditional Cantonese confectionery Tong Heng in Singapore April... 
Singapore, Singapore 
A mini mooncake is displayed for sale at traditional Cantonese confectionery Tong Heng in Singapore 
A mini mooncake is displayed for sale at traditional Cantonese confectionery Tong Heng in Singapore April 21, 2018. REUTERS/Loriene Perera 
LUNAR-NEWYEAR/
RTX24XAJ 
February 01, 2016 
Workers prepare mooncake dough ahead of the upcoming Chinese Lunar New Year celebrations in Tangerang,... 
Tangerang, Indonesia 
Workers prepare mooncake dough ahead of the upcoming Chinese Lunar New Year celebrations in Tangerang... 
Workers prepare mooncake dough ahead of the upcoming Chinese Lunar New Year celebrations in Tangerang, Banten province, Indonesia February 1, 2016. REUTERS/Beawiharta 
LUNAR-NEWYEAR/
RTX24XAH 
February 01, 2016 
Workers prepare mooncake dough ahead of the upcoming Chinese Lunar New Year celebrations in Tangerang,... 
Tangerang, Indonesia 
Workers prepare mooncake dough ahead of the upcoming Chinese Lunar New Year celebrations in Tangerang... 
Workers prepare mooncake dough ahead of the upcoming Chinese Lunar New Year celebrations in Tangerang, Banten province, Indonesia February 1, 2016. REUTERS/Beawiharta 
LUNAR-NEWYEAR/
RTX24XAF 
February 01, 2016 
Workers pound glutinous rice as they prepare mooncake dough ahead of the upcoming Chinese Lunar New Year... 
Tangerang, Indonesia 
Workers pound glutinous rice as they prepare mooncake dough ahead of the upcoming Chinese Lunar New Year... 
Workers pound glutinous rice as they prepare mooncake dough ahead of the upcoming Chinese Lunar New Year celebrations in Tangerang, Banten province, Indonesia February 1, 2016. REUTERS/Beawiharta 
VIETNAM
RTX13NA4 
September 16, 2013 
Customers line up to buy mooncakes outside a traditional confectionary in preparation for the Mid-Autumn... 
Hanoi, Vietnam 
Customers line up to buy mooncakes outside a traditional confectionary in preparation for the Mid-Autumn... 
Customers line up to buy mooncakes outside a traditional confectionary in preparation for the Mid-Autumn festival in Hanoi September 16, 2013. The Mid-Autumn festival will fall on Thursday and is one of Vietnam's most important annual festivals. REUTERS/Kham (VIETNAM - Tags: BUSINESS FOOD SOCIETY ANNIVERSARY) 
VIETNAM
RTX13NA1 
September 16, 2013 
A man prepares mooncakes at a traditional confectionary for the upcoming Mid-Autumn festival in Hanoi... 
Hanoi, Vietnam 
A man prepares mooncakes at a traditional confectionary for the upcoming Mid-Autumn festival in Hanoi... 
A man prepares mooncakes at a traditional confectionary for the upcoming Mid-Autumn festival in Hanoi September 16, 2013. The Mid-Autumn festival will fall on Thursday and is one of Vietnam's most important annual festivals. REUTERS/Kham (VIETNAM - Tags: BUSINESS ANNIVERSARY FOOD SOCIETY) 
VIETNAM
RTX13NA0 
September 16, 2013 
Men prepare mooncakes at a traditional confectionary for the upcoming Mid-Autumn festival in Hanoi September... 
Hanoi, Vietnam 
Men prepare mooncakes at a traditional confectionary for the upcoming Mid-Autumn festival in Hanoi 
Men prepare mooncakes at a traditional confectionary for the upcoming Mid-Autumn festival in Hanoi September 16, 2013. The Mid-Autumn festival will fall on Thursday and is one of Vietnam's most important annual festivals. REUTERS/Kham (VIETNAM - Tags: BUSINESS ANNIVERSARY FOOD SOCIETY) 
VIETNAM
RTX13N9X 
September 16, 2013 
Men prepare mooncakes at a traditional confectionary for the upcoming Mid-Autumn festival in Hanoi September... 
Hanoi, Vietnam 
Men prepare mooncakes at a traditional confectionary for the upcoming Mid-Autumn festival in Hanoi 
Men prepare mooncakes at a traditional confectionary for the upcoming Mid-Autumn festival in Hanoi September 16, 2013. The Mid-Autumn festival will fall on Thursday and is one of Vietnam's most important annual festivals. REUTERS/Kham (VIETNAM - Tags: BUSINESS FOOD SOCIETY ANNIVERSARY) 
VIETNAM
RTX13N9W 
September 16, 2013 
A woman places mooncakes for sale at a traditional confectionary in preparation for the Mid-Autumn festival... 
Hanoi, Vietnam 
A woman places mooncakes for sale at a traditional confectionary in preparation for the Mid-Autumn festival... 
A woman places mooncakes for sale at a traditional confectionary in preparation for the Mid-Autumn festival in Hanoi September 16, 2013. The Mid-Autumn festival will fall on Thursday and is one of Vietnam's most important annual festivals. REUTERS/Kham (VIETNAM - Tags: BUSINESS FOOD SOCIETY ANNIVERSARY) 
CHINA-MOONCAKES/CORRUPTION
RTX13MNA 
September 15, 2013 
Consumers look at mooncakes in a shopping mall in Shanghai September 11, 2013. With more calories than... 
Shanghai, China 
Consumers look at mooncakes in a shopping mall in Shanghai 
Consumers look at mooncakes in a shopping mall in Shanghai September 11, 2013. With more calories than a Big Mac, mooncakes are traditionally given as gifts to family, friends and employees during China's Mid-Autumn Festival, which falls on Sept. 19 this year. But an anti-corruption drive by President Xi Jinping has left the pricier treats languishing on the shelves, shopkeepers and analysts say, even as sales of more traditional lotus seed- and sesame paste-stuffed varieties remain unhurt. Picture taken September 11, 2013. REUTERS/Aly Song (CHINA - Tags: BUSINESS FOOD POLITICS) 
CHINA-MOONCAKES/CORRUPTION
RTX13MN7 
September 15, 2013 
Consumers look at mooncakes in a shopping mall in Shanghai September 11, 2013. With more calories than... 
Shanghai, China 
Consumers look at mooncakes in a shopping mall in Shanghai 
Consumers look at mooncakes in a shopping mall in Shanghai September 11, 2013. With more calories than a Big Mac, mooncakes are traditionally given as gifts to family, friends and employees during China's Mid-Autumn Festival, which falls on Sept. 19 this year. But an anti-corruption drive by President Xi Jinping has left the pricier treats languishing on the shelves, shopkeepers and analysts say, even as sales of more traditional lotus seed- and sesame paste-stuffed varieties remain unhurt. Picture taken September 11, 2013. REUTERS/Aly Song (CHINA - Tags: BUSINESS FOOD POLITICS) 
CHINA-MOONCAKES/CORRUPTION
RTX13MN5 
September 15, 2013 
Freshly-baked mooncakes pass along a conveyor belt at a mooncakes factory in Shanghai September 12, 2013.... 
Shanghai, China 
Freshly-baked mooncakes pass along a conveyor belt at a mooncakes factory in Shanghai 
Freshly-baked mooncakes pass along a conveyor belt at a mooncakes factory in Shanghai September 12, 2013. With more calories than a Big Mac, mooncakes are traditionally given as gifts to family, friends and employees during China's Mid-Autumn Festival, which falls on Sept. 19 this year. But an anti-corruption drive by President Xi Jinping has left the pricier treats languishing on the shelves, shopkeepers and analysts say, even as sales of more traditional lotus seed- and sesame paste-stuffed varieties remain unhurt. Picture taken September 12, 2013. REUTERS/Aly Song (CHINA - Tags: BUSINESS FOOD POLITICS) 
CHINA-MOONCAKES/CORRUPTION
RTX13MN3 
September 15, 2013 
Employees work at a mooncakes conveyor belt at a mooncakes factory in Shanghai September 12, 2013. With... 
Shanghai, China 
Employees work at a mooncakes conveyor belt at a mooncakes factory in Shanghai 
Employees work at a mooncakes conveyor belt at a mooncakes factory in Shanghai September 12, 2013. With more calories than a Big Mac, mooncakes are traditionally given as gifts to family, friends and employees during China's Mid-Autumn Festival, which falls on Sept. 19 this year. But an anti-corruption drive by President Xi Jinping has left the pricier treats languishing on the shelves, shopkeepers and analysts say, even as sales of more traditional lotus seed- and sesame paste-stuffed varieties remain unhurt. Picture taken September 12, 2013. REUTERS/Aly Song (CHINA - Tags: BUSINESS FOOD POLITICS) 
CHINA-MOONCAKES/CORRUPTION
RTX13MN1 
September 15, 2013 
Employees work at a mooncakes conveyor belt at a mooncakes factory in Shanghai September 12, 2013. With... 
Shanghai, China 
Employees work at a mooncakes conveyor belt at a mooncakes factory in Shanghai 
Employees work at a mooncakes conveyor belt at a mooncakes factory in Shanghai September 12, 2013. With more calories than a Big Mac, mooncakes are traditionally given as gifts to family, friends and employees during China's Mid-Autumn Festival, which falls on Sept. 19 this year. But an anti-corruption drive by President Xi Jinping has left the pricier treats languishing on the shelves, shopkeepers and analysts say, even as sales of more traditional lotus seed- and sesame paste-stuffed varieties remain unhurt. Picture taken September 12, 2013. REUTERS/Aly Song (CHINA - Tags: BUSINESS FOOD POLITICS) 
CHINA-MOONCAKES/CORRUPTION
RTX13MMZ 
September 15, 2013 
Freshly-baked mooncakes pass along a conveyor belt at a mooncakes factory in Shanghai September 12, 2013.... 
Shanghai, China 
Freshly-baked mooncakes pass along a conveyor belt at a mooncakes factory in Shanghai 
Freshly-baked mooncakes pass along a conveyor belt at a mooncakes factory in Shanghai September 12, 2013. With more calories than a Big Mac, mooncakes are traditionally given as gifts to family, friends and employees during China's Mid-Autumn Festival, which falls on Sept. 19 this year. But an anti-corruption drive by President Xi Jinping has left the pricier treats languishing on the shelves, shopkeepers and analysts say, even as sales of more traditional lotus seed- and sesame paste-stuffed varieties remain unhurt. Picture taken September 12, 2013. REUTERS/Aly Song (CHINA - Tags: BUSINESS FOOD POLITICS) 
CHINA-MOONCAKES/CORRUPTION
RTX13MMV 
September 15, 2013 
Feshly-baked mooncakes pass along a conveyor belt at a mooncakes factory in Shanghai September 12, 2013.... 
Shanghai, China 
Feshly-baked mooncakes pass along a conveyor belt at a mooncakes factory in Shanghai 
Feshly-baked mooncakes pass along a conveyor belt at a mooncakes factory in Shanghai September 12, 2013. With more calories than a Big Mac, mooncakes are traditionally given as gifts to family, friends and employees during China's Mid-Autumn Festival, which falls on Sept. 19 this year. But an anti-corruption drive by President Xi Jinping has left the pricier treats languishing on the shelves, shopkeepers and analysts say, even as sales of more traditional lotus seed- and sesame paste-stuffed varieties remain unhurt. Picture taken September 12, 2013. REUTERS/Aly Song (CHINA - Tags: BUSINESS FOOD POLITICS) 
SINGAPORE/
RTX13HT5 
September 11, 2013 
A woman kisses a sculpture by Singaporean artist Mark Ong, titled "Mooncake Alert" at the "No Ifs. Just... 
Singapore, Singapore 
A woman kisses a sculpture titled "Mooncake Alert" at the "No Ifs. Just Butts." exhibition in Singapore... 
A woman kisses a sculpture by Singaporean artist Mark Ong, titled "Mooncake Alert" at the "No Ifs. Just Butts." exhibition in Singapore September 10, 2013. Six different artworks on the bottoms of mannequins were showcased to promote Hong Kong lifestyle label Goods of Desire's (G.O.D) buttock-shaped mooncakes ahead of the Mid-Autumn festival. The mooncakes are a tongue-in-cheek reference to the 15th of the eighth lunar month, which is Cantonese colloquial euphemism for buttocks, according to G.O.D. owner Douglas Young in media reports. Mid-Autumn festival falls on September 19 this year. Picture taken September 10, 2013. REUTERS/Edgar Su (SINGAPORE - Tags: SOCIETY) 
SINGAPORE/
RTX13HT4 
September 11, 2013 
A woman kisses a sculpture by Singaporean artist Mark Ong, titled "Mooncake Alert" at the "No Ifs. Just... 
Singapore, Singapore 
A woman kisses a sculpture titled "Mooncake Alert" at the "No Ifs. Just Butts." exhibition in Singapore... 
A woman kisses a sculpture by Singaporean artist Mark Ong, titled "Mooncake Alert" at the "No Ifs. Just Butts." exhibition in Singapore September 10, 2013. Six different artworks on the bottoms of mannequins were showcased to promote Hong Kong lifestyle label Goods of Desire's (G.O.D) buttock-shaped mooncakes ahead of the Mid-Autumn festival. The mooncakes are a tongue-in-cheek reference to the 15th of the eighth lunar month, which is Cantonese colloquial euphemism for buttocks, according to G.O.D. owner Douglas Young in media reports. Mid-Autumn festival falls on September 19 this year. Picture taken September 10, 2013. REUTERS/Edgar Su (SINGAPORE - Tags: SOCIETY) 
SINGAPORE/
RTX13HT0 
September 11, 2013 
A sales assistant presents the "T-back" buttock-shaped mooncake sold by Hong Kong lifestyle label Goods... 
Singapore, Singapore 
A sales assistant presents a buttock-shaped mooncake sold ahead of the Mid-Autumn festival in Singapore... 
A sales assistant presents the "T-back" buttock-shaped mooncake sold by Hong Kong lifestyle label Goods of Desire (G.O.D) ahead of the Mid-Autumn festival in Singapore September 10, 2013. The odd-looking mooncakes are a tongue-in-cheek reference to the 15th of the eighth lunar month, which is Cantonese colloquial euphemism for buttocks, according to G.O.D. owner Douglas Young in media reports. Each box retails for S$52 ($41) and consists of four different pieces of mooncakes which depicts human buttocks wearing thongs, a torn pair of trousers and one bare buttock covered by only a hand. Mid-Autumn festival falls on September 19 this year. Picture taken September 10, 2013. REUTERS/Edgar Su (SINGAPORE - Tags: FOOD SOCIETY) 
SINGAPORE/
RTX13HSW 
September 11, 2013 
The "T-back" (L) and "Cover-up" buttock-shaped mooncakes sold by Hong Kong lifestyle label Goods of Desire... 
Singapore, Singapore 
Buttock-shaped moon cakes sold ahead of the Mid-Autumn festival in Singapore 
The "T-back" (L) and "Cover-up" buttock-shaped mooncakes sold by Hong Kong lifestyle label Goods of Desire (G.O.D) are shown ahead of the Mid-Autumn festival in Singapore September 10, 2013. The odd-looking mooncakes are a tongue-in-cheek reference to the 15th of the eighth lunar month, which is Cantonese colloquial euphemism for buttocks, according to G.O.D. owner Douglas Young in media reports. Each box retails for S$52 ($41) and consists of four different pieces of mooncakes which depicts human buttocks wearing thongs, a torn pair of trousers and one bare buttock covered by only a hand. Mid-Autumn festival falls on September 19 this year. Picture taken September 10, 2013. REUTERS/Edgar Su (SINGAPORE - Tags: FOOD SOCIETY) 
SINGAPORE/
RTX13HSV 
September 11, 2013 
A sales assistant presents the "T-back" buttock-shaped mooncake sold by Hong Kong lifestyle label Goods... 
Singapore, Singapore 
A sales assistant presents a buttock-shaped mooncake sold ahead of the Mid-Autumn festival in Singapore... 
A sales assistant presents the "T-back" buttock-shaped mooncake sold by Hong Kong lifestyle label Goods of Desire (G.O.D) ahead of the Mid-Autumn festival in Singapore September 10, 2013. The odd-looking mooncakes are a tongue-in-cheek reference to the 15th of the eighth lunar month, which is Cantonese colloquial euphemism for buttocks, according to G.O.D. owner Douglas Young in media reports. Each box retails for S$52 ($41) and consists of four different pieces of mooncakes which depicts human buttocks wearing thongs, a torn pair of trousers and one bare buttock covered by only a hand. Mid-Autumn festival falls on September 19 this year. Picture taken September 10, 2013. REUTERS/Edgar Su (SINGAPORE - Tags: FOOD SOCIETY) 
INDONESIA/
RTXX33X 
January 26, 2011 
Workers prepare mooncake dough to be steamed in the Tangerang district in outskirt of Jakarta January... 
Tangerang, Indonesia 
Workers prepare mooncake dough to be steamed in the Tangerang district in outskirt of Jakarta 
Workers prepare mooncake dough to be steamed in the Tangerang district in outskirt of Jakarta January 25, 2011. One ton of mooncakes are being produced per day to meet customer demands ahead of the Chinese new year, the owner of the shop said. The Lunar New Year begins on February 3 and marks the start of the Year of the Rabbit, according to the Chinese zodiac.Picture taken January 25, 2011. REUTERS/Dadang Tri (INDONESIA - Tags: SOCIETY FOOD) 
INDONESIA/
RTXX33W 
January 26, 2011 
Workers wrap mooncakes before sending them out to customers in the Tangerang district on the outskirts... 
Tangerang, Indonesia 
Workers wrap mooncakes before sending them out to customers in the Tangerang district on the outskirts... 
Workers wrap mooncakes before sending them out to customers in the Tangerang district on the outskirts of Jakarta January 25, 2011. One ton of mooncakes are being produced per day to meet customer demands ahead of the Chinese new year, the owner of the shop said. The Lunar New Year begins on February 3 and marks the start of the Year of the Rabbit, according to the Chinese zodiac.Picture taken January 25, 2011. REUTERS/Dadang Tri (INDONESIA - Tags: SOCIETY FOOD) 
INDONESIA/
RTXX33V 
January 26, 2011 
A worker prepares mooncakes before sending them out to customers in the Tangerang district on the outskirts... 
Tangerang, Indonesia 
Worker prepares mooncakes before sending them out to customers in the Tangerang district on the outskirts... 
A worker prepares mooncakes before sending them out to customers in the Tangerang district on the outskirts of Jakarta January 25, 2011. One ton of mooncakes are being produced per day to meet customer demands ahead of the Chinese new year, the owner of the shop said. The Lunar New Year begins on February 3 and marks the start of the Year of the Rabbit, according to the Chinese zodiac. Picture taken January 25, 2011. REUTERS/Dadang Tri (INDONESIA - Tags: SOCIETY FOOD) 
INDONESIA/
RTXX33U 
January 26, 2011 
Workers carry steamed mooncakes to be wrapped in the Tangerang district on the outskirts of Jakarta January... 
Tangerang, Indonesia 
Workers carry steamed mooncakes to be wrapped in the Tangerang district on the outskirts of Jakarta 
Workers carry steamed mooncakes to be wrapped in the Tangerang district on the outskirts of Jakarta January 25, 2011. One ton of mooncakes are being produced per day to meet customer demands ahead of the Chinese new year, the owner of the shop said. The Lunar New Year begins on February 3 and marks the start of the Year of the Rabbit, according to the Chinese zodiac.Picture taken January 25, 2011. REUTERS/Dadang Tri (INDONESIA - Tags: SOCIETY FOOD) 
INDONESIA/
RTXX33T 
January 26, 2011 
Workers steam mooncakes in the Tangerang district on the outskirts of Jakarta January 25, 2011. One... 
Tangerang, Indonesia 
Workers steam mooncakes in the Tangerang district on the outskirts of Jakarta 
Workers steam mooncakes in the Tangerang district on the outskirts of Jakarta January 25, 2011. One ton of mooncakes are being produced per day to meet customer demands ahead of the Chinese new year, the owner of the shop said. The Lunar New Year begins on February 3 and marks the start of the Year of the Rabbit, according to the Chinese zodiac.Picture taken January 25, 2011. REUTERS/Dadang Tri (INDONESIA - Tags: SOCIETY FOOD) 
INDONESIA/
RTXX33M 
January 26, 2011 
Workers steam mooncakes in the Tangerang district on the outskirts of Jakarta January 25, 2011. One... 
Tangerang, Indonesia 
Workers steam mooncakes in the Tangerang district on the outskirts of Jakarta 
Workers steam mooncakes in the Tangerang district on the outskirts of Jakarta January 25, 2011. One ton of mooncakes are being produced per day to meet customer demands ahead of the Chinese new year, the owner of the shop said. The Lunar New Year begins on February 3 and marks the start of the Year of the Rabbit, according to the Chinese zodiac.Picture taken January 25, 2011. REUTERS/Dadang Tri (INDONESIA - Tags: SOCIETY FOOD) 
INDONESIA/
RTXX33L 
January 26, 2011 
Workers prepare mooncake dough in the Tangerang district in outskirt of Jakarta January 25, 2011. One... 
Tangerang, Indonesia 
Workers prepare mooncake dough in the Tangerang district in outskirt of Jakarta 
Workers prepare mooncake dough in the Tangerang district in outskirt of Jakarta January 25, 2011. One ton of mooncakes are being produced per day to meet customer demands ahead of the Chinese new year, the owner of the shop said. The Lunar New Year begins on February 3 and marks the start of the Year of the Rabbit, according to the Chinese zodiac.Picture taken January 25, 2011. REUTERS/Dadang Tri (INDONESIA - Tags: SOCIETY FOOD) 
PHILIPPINES/
RTXSIJ5 
September 22, 2010 
Filipino chef, Angelito Araneta Jr., displays a 24-carat gold covered mooncake garnished with .10-carat... 
Manila, Philippines 
Filipino chef, Angelito Araneta Jr., displays a 24-carat gold covered mooncake garnished with .10-carat... 
Filipino chef, Angelito Araneta Jr., displays a 24-carat gold covered mooncake garnished with .10-carat artificial diamonds at Polytechnic University of the Philippines in Manila September 22, 2010. The mooncake,a traditional Chinese treat eaten during the Mid-Autumn Festival, is worth 80,500 pesos ($1,830). REUTERS/Cheryl Ravelo (PHILIPPINES - Tags: SOCIETY) 
PHILIPPINES/
RTXSIJ3 
September 22, 2010 
Filipino chef, Angelito Araneta Jr., displays a 24-carat gold covered mooncake garnished with .10-carat... 
Manila, Philippines 
Filipino chef, Angelito Araneta Jr., displays a 24-carat gold covered mooncake garnished with .10-carat... 
Filipino chef, Angelito Araneta Jr., displays a 24-carat gold covered mooncake garnished with .10-carat artificial diamonds at Polytechnic University of the Philippines in Manila September 22, 2010. The mooncake,a traditional Chinese treat eaten during the Mid-Autumn Festival, is worth 80,500 pesos ($1,830). REUTERS/Cheryl Ravelo (PHILIPPINES - Tags: SOCIETY) 
PHILIPPINES/
RTXSIFC 
September 22, 2010 
A saleswoman displays mooncakes inside a store in Chinatown in Manila September 22, 2010. Mooncakes are... 
Manila, Philippines 
A saleswoman displays mooncakes inside a store in Chinatown in Manila 
A saleswoman displays mooncakes inside a store in Chinatown in Manila September 22, 2010. Mooncakes are a traditional delicacy for Chinese around the world during the Mid-Autumn Festival. REUTERS/Romeo Ranoco (PHILIPPINES - Tags: SOCIETY FOOD) 
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September 22, 2010 
Filipino-Chinese residents buy mooncakes inside a store in Chinatown in Manila September 22, 2010. Mooncakes... 
Manila, Philippines 
Filipino-Chinese residents buy mooncakes inside a store in Chinatown in Manila 
Filipino-Chinese residents buy mooncakes inside a store in Chinatown in Manila September 22, 2010. Mooncakes are a traditional delicacy for Chinese around the world during the Mid-Autumn Festival. REUTERS/Romeo Ranoco (PHILIPPINES - Tags: SOCIETY FOOD) 
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December 30, 2009 
MOONCAKE-FESTIVAL/ - Illustration showing variety of Chinese Mooncakes. Previously transmitted on 24/09/2007... 
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MOONCAKE-FESTIVAL/ - Illustration showing variety of Chinese Mooncakes. Previously transmitted on 24/09/2007 
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December 30, 2009 
MOONCAKE-FESTIVAL/ - Illustration showing variety of Chinese Mooncakes. Previously transmitted on 24/09/2007... 
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MOONCAKE-FESTIVAL/ - Illustration showing variety of Chinese Mooncakes. Previously transmitted on 24/09/2007 
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September 13, 2007 
A variety of mooncakes with different fillings are displayed for the camera at a hotel in Singapore September... 
Singapore, Singapore 
A variety of mooncakes with different fillings are displayed for the camera at a hotel in Singapore 
A variety of mooncakes with different fillings are displayed for the camera at a hotel in Singapore September 13, 2007. Ethnic Chinese families in Singapore usually give boxes of mooncakes to their families, friends and business contacts around the time of the mid-Autumn festival. Mooncakes displayed here are (R-L) Black Forest, Sweet Osmanther, Orange, Yam and Chocolate. REUTERS/Vivek Prakash (SINGAPORE) 
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September 13, 2007 
A combination of six pictures shows a variety of mooncakes with different fillings being displayed for... 
Singapore, Singapore 
A combination of six pictures shows a variety of mooncakes with different fillings being displayed for... 
A combination of six pictures shows a variety of mooncakes with different fillings being displayed for the camera at a hotel in Singapore September 13, 2007. Ethnic Chinese families in Singapore usually give boxes of mooncakes to their families, friends and business contacts around the time of the mid-Autumn festival. Mooncakes displayed here are (clockwise from top left) Black Forest, Orange, Tiramisu, Sweet Osmanther, Yam and Chocolate. REUTERS/Vivek Prakash (SINGAPORE) 
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September 13, 2007 
A variety of mooncakes with different fillings are displayed for the camera at a hotel in Singapore,... 
Singapore, Singapore 
A variety of mooncakes with different fillings are displayed for the camera at a hotel in Singapore 
A variety of mooncakes with different fillings are displayed for the camera at a hotel in Singapore, September 13, 2007. Ethnic Chinese families in Singapore usually give boxes of mooncakes to their families, friends and business contacts around the time of the mid-Autumn festival. Mooncakes displayed here are (left to right) Black Forest, Sweet Osmanther, Orange, Yam and Chocolate. REUTERS/Vivek Prakash (SINGAPORE) 
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September 13, 2007 
A variety of mooncakes with different fillings are displayed for the camera at a hotel in Singapore September... 
Singapore, Singapore 
A variety of mooncakes with different fillings are displayed for the camera at a hotel in Singapore 
A variety of mooncakes with different fillings are displayed for the camera at a hotel in Singapore September 13, 2007. Ethnic Chinese families in Singapore usually give boxes of mooncakes to their families, friends and business contacts around the time of the mid-Autumn festival. Mooncakes displayed here are (front to back) Black Forest, Sweet Osmanther, Orange, Yam and Chocolate. REUTERS/Vivek Prakash (SINGAPORE) 
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September 19, 2004 
-PHOTO TAKEN 15SEP04- A "four-egg-yolks" mooncake, which contains four whole salted duck egg yolks with... 
Hong Kong, China 
-PHOTO TAKEN 15SEP04- A "four-egg-yolks" mooncake, which contains four whole salted duck egg yolks w..... 
-PHOTO TAKEN 15SEP04- A "four-egg-yolks" mooncake, which contains four whole salted duck egg yolks with gummy lotus seed in one cake selling at HK$40 ($5), is displayed at a bakery in Hong Kong September 15, 2004. Mainland Chinese customers are turning to Hong Kong for their annual fix after a series of food scares back home, with Hong Kong bakeries scrambling to hire staff to churn out hundreds of millions of the round, palm-sized cakes -- each of which has more calories than a [McDonald's Big Mac] -- as their delivery hotlines ring off-the-hook. Picture taken September 15, 2004. 
FOOD CHINA MOONCAKES
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September 16, 2004 
Bakers at the Eight Spirits Bakery make mooncakes in Hong Kong September 16, 2004. Mainland Chinese customers... 
Hong Kong, China 
To accompany feature China Mooncakes. 
Bakers at the Eight Spirits Bakery make mooncakes in Hong Kong September 16, 2004. Mainland Chinese customers are turning to Hong Kong for their annual fix after a series of food scares back home, with Hong Kong bakeries scrambling to hire staff to churn out hundreds of millions of the round, palm-sized cakes - each of which has more calories than a McDonald's Big Mac - as their delivery hotlines ring off-the-hook. Picture taken September 16, 2004. To accompany feature China Mooncakes. REUTERS/Bobby Yip BY/TW 
FOOD CHINA MOONCAKES
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September 15, 2004 
People walk past an outlet of Eight Spirits Bakery, one of Hong Kong's oldest mooncake manufacturers,... 
Hong Kong, China 
To accompany feature China Mooncakes. 
People walk past an outlet of Eight Spirits Bakery, one of Hong Kong's oldest mooncake manufacturers, September 15, 2004. Mainland Chinese customers are turning to Hong Kong for their annual fix after a series of food scares back home, with Hong Kong bakeries scrambling to hire staff to churn out hundreds of millions of the round, palm-sized cakes - each of which has more calories than a McDonald's Big Mac - as their delivery hotlines ring off-the-hook. Picture taken September 15, 2004. To accompany feature China Mooncakes. REUTERS/Bobby Yip BY/TW 
FOOD CHINA MOONCAKES
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September 15, 2004 
Workers at an outlet of Eight Spirits Bakery, one of Hong Kong's oldest mooncake manufacturers, pack... 
Hong Kong, China 
To accompany feature China Mooncakes. 
Workers at an outlet of Eight Spirits Bakery, one of Hong Kong's oldest mooncake manufacturers, pack mooncakes September 15, 2004. Mainland Chinese customers are turning to Hong Kong for their annual fix after a series of food scares back home, with Hong Kong bakeries scrambling to hire staff to churn out hundreds of millions of the round, palm-sized cakes - each of which has more calories than a McDonald's Big Mac - as their delivery hotlines ring off-the-hook. Picture taken September 15, 2004. To accompany feature China Mooncakes. REUTERS/Bobby Yip BY/TW 
FOOD CHINA MOONCAKES
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September 15, 2004 
A "four-egg-yolks" mooncake, which contains four whole salted duck egg yolks with gummy lotus seed in... 
Hong Kong, China 
To accompany feature China Mooncakes. 
A "four-egg-yolks" mooncake, which contains four whole salted duck egg yolks with gummy lotus seed in one cake selling at HK$40 ($5), is displayed at a bakery in Hong Kong September 15, 2004. Mainland Chinese customers are turning to Hong Kong for their annual fix after a series of food scares back home, with Hong Kong bakeries scrambling to hire staff to churn out hundreds of millions of the round, palm-sized cakes - each of which has more calories than a McDonald's Big Mac - as their delivery hotlines ring off-the-hook. Picture taken September 15, 2004. To accompany feature China Mooncakes. REUTERS/Bobby Yip BY/TW 
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