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Bao Wooden Cake Mold

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Destination: Malacca, Malaysia

Zhongqiu, or the “Mid-Autumn Festival,” is one of the most important dates on the Chinese calendar, and mooncakes, made with wooden molds like this one, are an essential part of the celebration. Filled with red bean or lotus-seed paste, mooncakes are traditionally imprinted with Chinese characters and other symbols. They also typically bear the name of the bakery where they were purchased, so if you’re looking to impress, you better be willing to shell out some extra dough at a nice bakery instead of your local supermarket. Exchanged between family and friends, as well as between businessmen and their clients, mooncakes are the perfect treat for gazing at the heavens on a beautiful autumn night.

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8.5" L

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