1,131,912 members
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When:
19 September, 2016

Location:
UNSW Main Library Walkway

Organised by:
Australia China Youth Association (ACYA)


Did you know that the biggest mooncake in the world was made in Shanghai, weighing approximately 2500kg?! And that the Mid-Autumn Festival actually lies in late Summer, not Autumn, in China?

To celebrate one of the most famous holidays in China, ACYA will be giving out FREE mooncakes! There will be a variety delicious flavours available for you to try out, including traditional lotus seed, or durian and pineapple for those who are more adventurous! All you have to do is like our Facebook page and show us on the day. Our Facebook page can be found here: https://www.facebook.com/ACYAUNSW

WHAT: Free Mooncakes! (+ random trivia)
DATE: Monday September 19th
TIME: 10AM - 2PM
LOCATION: Main Library Walkway

The Australia-China Youth Association (ACYA) is an international organisation with chapters in all major universities in Australia and major cities in China. ACYA is passionate about providing our members opportunities ranging from Careers, Education and Social Events. We provide the gateway for students who wish to learn more about the Australia-China Space and those interested in learning about the cultures, languages and career opportunities in China and Australia.

If you wish to learn more about what ACYA provides and to get YOU connected, feel free to contact us at acya.unsw@gmail.com