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Mid-Autumn Festival DIY Mooncake by Soft Clay | MODOH

  Moon Festival Moon Cake The  Mid-Autumn Festival  ( Simplified Chinese : 中秋节;  Traditional Chinese : 中秋節;  Vietnamese : Tết Trung Thu;  Korean : 추석;  Japanese : 月見), also known as  Moon Festival  or  Mooncake Festival , is a traditional festival celebrated by  Chinese people  and the  Sinosphere . It is the second most important Chinese holiday after  Chinese New Year  with a history dating back 3,000 years when China's emperors worshipped the moon for bountiful harvests. [2]  The celebration is called  Chuseok  (autumn eve) in Korea and  Tsukimi  (moon-viewing) in Japan. Mooncakes , a rich pastry typically filled with sweet-bean or lotus-seed paste, are traditionally eaten during the festival. How to make the Mooncakes? Material Used: Light air dry clay Clay tool Glue If you never used the light air dry clay, please read this introduction soft clay . First, take out the orange clay to roll the circle and use the clay tool to shape the mooncake.  Pinch  the square and using the c