A Week of Moon Cakes & Passion Fruit in Kuala Lumpur
This was a fabulous week in my world, discovering moon cakes after all these years in Asia … and finding SWEET passion fruit finally in Malaysia (woohoo!).
The moon cake I was gifted from my sweet friend Li Kim was made of lotus seeds and with a salted duck egg inside to symbolise the moon during the Mid-Autumn festival.
A mooncake is a Chinese bakery product eaten during the Mid-Autumn Festival in appreciation of the moon and lunar watching. These little golden delicacies are are delicious and such a wonderful tradition.
I’m Angela, I’ve been living in Kuala Lumpur the past 18 months and love sharing moments from my life here 🙂
By the way, this vlog was shot on my new Leica-VLUX and the focus and clarity is amazing, check it out. I am still not mastering my cams settings so you’ll see I get surprised a couple of times when it re-focuses haha
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