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Traditionally during Mid-Autumn Festival, people would make offerings of food and drink to Chang'e, often from outdoor alters open to the night sky.
In Daoism, the Goddess of the Moon is named Chang'e (), an immortal who lives on the moon accompanied by her companion, the potion-brewing Jade Rabbit.
Common snacks include roasted chestnuts, boiled peanuts and dishes made with corn — all of which signify a bountiful harvest season.
Typically, family favorites are served, with the only universally consumed fare being mooncakes — called yuebing () in Chinese.
Families gather, as on all Chinese festival days, and eat.
In fact, the most important act a family can perform during Mid-Autumn Festival may be eating together.