Harvest Moon Festival at CJCC

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Two cultures intertwine at the sixth Harvest Moon Festival. Supplied

An exquisite culmination of two cultures is observed at the sixth edition of the Harvest Moon Festival this year, brought about by the Cambodia-Japan Cooperation Center (CJCC) and Cambodia-Korea Cooperation Center (CKCC).

The event, which was held two days prior to the real celebration day in both Korea and Japan, saw many special performances and activities that reflected the beauty of both cultures.

Attendees also had the chance to sample a variety of mouth-watering delicacies from the two countries such as takoyaki (Japanese octopus balls), gyoza (Japanese dumplings), songpyon (Korean rice cakes) and bungeoppang (Korean fish-shaped pastry).

Other interesting activities that took place on Friday include Korean and Japanese cooking class, traditional customs experience, quizzes and photo-taking sessions.

Two cultures intertwine at the sixth Harvest Moon Festival. Supplied
Traditional Korean fish-shaped pastry was also available. KT Photo/ Anith Adilah
One of the best-sellers at the festival: takoyaki. KT Photo/ Anith Adilah
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