Wah Yee Tang Bakery said on Facebook the proceeds from the mooncakes would be donated to a fund for people injured during the anti-extradition bill protests. Photo: Facebook

Eat Drink Asia: Mooncakes then and now

  • We tried KFC’s spicy chicken mooncakes so you don’t have to
  • From the end of the Yuan Dynasty to modern Hong Kong, mooncakes have been the bearers of political messages
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Wah Yee Tang Bakery said on Facebook the proceeds from the mooncakes would be donated to a fund for people injured during the anti-extradition bill protests. Photo: Facebook
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Yang Yang

Yang Yang

Before joining the Post in 2019, Yang was a TV producer and editor for 2M Media Group in Washington, where she produced mini-documentaries and studio interviews.

Bernice Chan

Bernice Chan

Bernice Chan is a senior writer on the Culture desk. She samples more than her share of dishes around Hong Kong and writes about people and issues that make an impact on the city.

Alkira Reinfrank

Alkira Reinfrank

Alkira is a digital production editor and reporter with the South China Morning Post, where she also co-hosts the award-winning podcast Eat Drink Asia. Before moving to Hong Kong, Alkira worked as a multiplatform reporter with ABC News and WIN News in Australia. Alkira has appeared on BBC World News, BBC World Service, The Project (Australia), i24 News (Israel) and triple J Hack (Australia).