I have never had them. But oh will we soon!
Many Asian cultures mark the end of the summer harvest with a festival. This happens in the eight lunar month, when the full moon is at its brightest. In Vietnam the festival is called Tet Trung Thu, in China it’s called Zhong Qiu Jie, and Koreans celebrate Chusok. Each culture and country celebrates the holiday a little differently but the focus of spending time with family is the same. In Vietnam and China, families relax and enjoy the moon’s beauty while children make lanterns for late night parades.