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New World Manila Bay Hotel celebrates Mid-Autumn Festival with legendary mooncakes


In Chinese ancient history, mooncakes are served as a special offering to the heavens for a bountiful harvest. Families come together to worship and enjoy the full moon making this tradition the second most celebrated event even in this modern time.

This August, New World Manila Bay Hotel marks the start of Mid-Autumn Festival with a selection of handcrafted mooncakes – a legendary delicacy that symbolizes harmony and family togetherness. To celebrate this festive season, guests mayavail of mooncakes in different delicious flavors such as Red Bean, Red Lotus, White Lotus, and Five Seeds. Get your share of mooncakes at Li Li from now until September 13.

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Today’s Front Page February 25, 2020

Today’s Front Page February 25, 2020