Different mooncakes for the Chinese Mid-Autumn Festival. (Photos: VCG)
Typical Cantonese mooncakes filled with egg yolk and lotus seed paste.
Mooncakes with a poetic touch of life in ancient China, coproduced by Daoxiangcun pastries and the Palace Museum.
Zilaihong, a traditional Beijing-style mooncake.
Mooncakes with rose-flavored filling.
Wuren mooncakes, one of the most traditional varieties, filled with five nuts such as almonds, peanuts, melon seeds and sesame.
Creative mooncakes with purple potato filling.
Snow-crust mooncakes, which use a translucent and soft skin that differs from the traditional baked crust. These mooncakes are chilled and less oily.
Su-style mooncakes with meat fillings.
The Beijing-style fanmao mooncake, filled with pine nuts, chopped walnuts and pumpkin seeds.