Mid Autumn Festival Potluck 2017
Ancient Chinese emperors worshiped the harvest moon in autumn, as they believed that the practice would bring them a plentiful harvest the following year.
The custom of offering sacrifices to the moon originated from worshiping the moon goddess, and it was recorded that the kings offered sacrifices to the in fall during the Western Zhou Dynasty ( Protected content ). The term “Mid-Autumn” first appeared in the book rites of Zhou, written that Warring States period ( Protected content ). But at that time the term was only related to the time and season; the festival didn’t exist at the point.
During Ming Dynasty and the Qing Dynasty, the Mid-Autumn Festival was as popular as Chinese New year.
Now Oriental Heritage House proudly presents Mid-Autumn Festival Potluck Protected content . Come and celebrate at our iconic building at Jalan Kasipillay off Jalan Ipoh, KL.
Wishlist of food items to bring:
1) Marinated Chicken Wings
2) Marinated Chicken drumsticks
3) Sweet Potatoes
4) Any Chinese dishes
5) Fried noodles
7) Fresh Fruits
8) Curry Chicken
10) Non Alcoholic drinks
Please wear light clothing and feel free to bring your lanterns as this will be an outdoor event.
Come and celebrate and enjoy the authentic experience of how Moon Cake Festival was celebrated in yesteryears of colonial Malaya.
Reservation and payment:
RSVP by Thursday 5th October.
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