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Largest moon cake in China
AFAR
8/26/2003



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[Guangzhou, August 26, 2003] The largest moon cake called "Seven Stars Accompanying the Moon" is now being displayed in Guangzhou, China.

This moon cake was made by Tao Tao Ju, a well-known moon cake maker, and it weighs more than 500 kilograms with a diameter of 1.4 meters. The Mid-Autumn Festival is coming up in China and moon cakes are traditional appetizers for the occasion.

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