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    what is that stuffing in the mooncake???

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    Quote Originally Posted by choy0014 View Post
    what is that stuffing in the mooncake???
    is a kind of mooncake called wu something and it sucks

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    Love the mooncake shot. The asparagus one might be better without the chopsticks though.

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    Quote Originally Posted by lamergod View Post
    is a kind of mooncake called wu something and it sucks
    五仁月饼....

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    Quote Originally Posted by night86mare View Post
    五仁月饼....
    yea lol i tot it was wu xiang

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    its pronounced as wu ren yue bing ..
    am i right ?

    haha.. the fillings doesnt looks nice to me...
    but the photo is great. especially with the chopstick ard.
    Always a pleasant smile when we look back at our own photos.

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    its the hainanese kinda mooncake i think. its very stick and has a slightly meaty taste. they use animal fat and nuts to make it i believe. its actually quite nice, after awhile.

    BUT snowskin mooncake still the best <3

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    Quote Originally Posted by aprilmoon92 View Post
    its the hainanese kinda mooncake i think. its very stick and has a slightly meaty taste. they use animal fat and nuts to make it i believe. its actually quite nice, after awhile.

    BUT snowskin mooncake still the best <3
    it's made of nuts also.Lots of them.And it's the worst kind of mooncake I ever eaten while my mom goes gaga over them

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    Quote Originally Posted by lamergod View Post
    it's made of nuts also.Lots of them.And it's the worst kind of mooncake I ever eaten while my mom goes gaga over them
    One man's meat is another man's poison.

    I find these wu ren mooncakes quite very appetising.

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    Asparagus is nice to eat with the right sauce, don't know about mooncakes though.

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    I have always wondered something about the mooncake image...
    do we eat mooncakes with chopsticks?
    I know I eat my mooncakes with my hands.
    So I'm feeling somewhat puzzled now when I see chopsticks with mooncakes.

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    Pomelo, chinese tea, green tea, chinese lantern, blue sky, full moon, willow trees... all these are parts of supplement to the Mooncake or Mid Autumn's festival.

    How to style is Subjective.

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    Default Mooncake without the fuss

    Without all the fuss and whistle, mooncake can stand
    on its own reflection just as well.

    Here you can feel the soft smooth skin especially
    the delicated texture brought about by the
    front window light in this diagonal composition.



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    an art piece or show piece, a bit worry that some of those timber splinters might get into the mooncake.

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    wah, the mooncakes look like they're floating! hahaha...cool..

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    with the astronaut eating them in zero gravity inside the space shuttle would be lagi cool.
    backdrop with the moon in sight.

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    Many different perceptions from different viewing human eyes.
    Here is another slightly different perspective from the same window lighting.
    Enjoy, Enjoy...!



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    i prefer the pic with the chopstick though.. the other one look like the mooncake is floating
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