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Mid-Autumn Festival: Expats take a bite of mooncake | Updated: 2018-09-21 10:25
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In the eyes of Chinese people, Mid-Autumn Festival is the second-biggest festival after the Chinese New Year. It's a time when families come together to appreciate the full moon and eat mooncakes.

But what does the Mid-Autumn Festival mean to foreigners? How much do they know about the festival? Will they try mooncakes with strange fillings? Do they have similar festivals in their countries?

Click the video to hear our guests from US, UK, India, Guinea Bissau, etc., answer these questions.

Reporters: Wang Qiao & Zhou Bing

Guests: Camilla Patricia Tenn & Nelly Min & James McCarthy & Faisal Kidwai

Camera: Fu Rui

Editing: Fu Rui

Subtitles: Wang Qiao

Producer: Hu Zhe

Executive Producer: Feng Minghui

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