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Aug
28
2018

Swiss-Garden International Traditional Mooncakes

We received a pleasant surprise recently when a dear acquaintance delivered a box of mooncakes for my mooncake crazy boys. We are really blessed to be surrounded by such generous and lovely people. We were at the playground opposite our house when we got these mooncakes so it was just nice to have a mooncake picnic.  Conveniently packed with a knife and four little forks (in the box), these mooncakes are good to eat anytime, anywhere.  […]

Aug
24
2018

Exquisite Mooncakes @ Tao Chinese Cuisine, InterContinental Kuala Lumpur

The Mid-Autumn Festival is one of the four most important Chinese festivals. Mooncakes are regarded as an indispensable delicacy as we celebrate the beauty of the full moon blooming and spend the night moon watching with our family and loved ones. Enchanting stories be told as we gather to celebrate the beauty of Mid-Autumn Festival with mooncakes from the award-winning Tao Chinese Cuisine. This year, Tao’s 10 exquisite mooncake picks include 6 classic baked-skin flavours, 3 […]

Oct
3
2017

Full Moon Feast with Chef Lim @ Ti Chen, The Saujana Kuala Lumpur Hotel

During the full moon on the fifteenth day of the eighth month of the Chinese calendar, we will be celebrating the Mid-Autumn festival. This year, it falls on Wednesday, 4th October 2017. My family and I were very much privileged to be invited to have a Full Moon Feast with Saujana Hotel Kuala Lumpur’s new Executive Chinese Chef, Chef Lim Chee Woi. Priced at RM238 per person, we know we are in for a luxurious […]

Sep
18
2017

Mooncake Preview: Hotel Equatorial Melaka

The Mid-Autumn festival is fast approaching. Being in the Klang Valley, I see mooncakes everywhere. Walk into any shopping malls and you’ll see mooncakes being on sale in full force. Drop by the lobby of any hotels and you’ll get to purchase your favourite mooncakes too but the scenario is totally different out of the Klang Valley. I was in Melaka recently and went to check out several hotels to buy mooncakes as we needed […]

Sep
21
2015

The meaning of lantern to kids these days

When is Mid-Autumn Festival? I heard it is around the corner so we brought the kids lantern shopping today. They don’t sell traditional paper lantern anymore do they?  The first lantern that Ayden chose is the type that has sound and wheels and can move on land but I told the Daddy to get them something more ‘traditional’ as in a lantern that will only light up without those annoying sound and movement.  The Daddy […]

Jul
17
2014

Gartien Pineapple Cakes – Mid Autumn Edition

During the Mid Autumn Festival last year, I was trapped at home doing my confinement as I just delivered Ayden then. I ranted a lot on Facebook on me missing out on all those mooncake makan-makan with friends that some of my caring friends took the initiative to send some to my house. I was really happy receiving all those goodies then. Today, I received a box of Gartien Pineapple Cakes from a friend in Penang. He remembered people […]

Aug
15
2013

Mooncake feast at Dorsett Grand Subang

When will we be celebrating the Mid-Autumn festival this year? With Ramadhan over and people slowly making their way back into the city after their Hari Raya break, we found out that it is that time of the year again where the Chinese community around the world celebrates the Mid-Autumn Festival or most of us would deliciously remember it as Mooncake savouring time.  A couple of evenings ago, Darling, Ethan and I dined at The […]

Aug
26
2011

Mid Autumn Deco in 1 Utama

I was in 1 Utama today (yeah.. AGAIN!) and saw these cute little ‘umbrellas/mushrooms’. Cute and colourful ‘umbrellas’ Ethan exclaimed, “SO CUTE!” to which I totally agreed! I see cute and colourful umbrellas all over! Ethan started ‘photographing’ the decor immediately :D Cute bunnies in bowls with chopsticks I have to say this is the cutest Mid Autumn decor I’ve ever seen! Adorable cheeky looking bunnies in bowls with chopsticks ready to be eaten? :P […]

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