Why does the Chinese eat moon cakes on the Mid-Autumn Festival? It’s because moon cakes represent “getting together”, and it originated in the Legend of Chang-Er, the Moon Goddess. As one of the most favorite classical love stories of the Chinese ancient legend, Legend of Chang-Er, the Moon Goddess contained the ideals of heroism and romance. Why was Chang-Er forced to take the elixir of immortality? Why did Hou-Yi have to set up an offering to the moon to express his desires for his wife? Open the E-book and all your doubts will be solved.