There might still be a month until the mid-autumn day, but Shangri-La hotel in east China's Qingdao City has already produced a huge moon cake to celebrate the Chinese traditional festival.
The moon cake weights nearly 400 kilograms, is one meter wide and 20 centimeters thick.
The giant cake mixed with variety of fillings, such as flour, eggs and beef is enough to feed 400 people.
The date of the Mid Autumn festival is set by the traditional, lunar calendar, where it is the middle of the eighth month: this year that will happen on September 28th.
Chinese people eat moon cake to celebrate the festivals.
(CRI.com August 20, 2004)