Bum-shaped Mooncakes Crack Traditions at Chinese Festival

A ‘cheeky’ company in Hong Kong has created buttocks-shaped mooncakes.

Lifestyle goods store Goods of Desire (GOD) created the non-traditional mooncakes for the annual Mid-Autumn Festival in China and Singapore. The derrière-inspired cakes take on a slightly different interpretation of the word ‘moon’, and the company describes the product as a ‘resemblance of a person’s butt to a full moon’. The mooncakes come in several designs – Bunny (with fishnets and a fluffy tail), Cover-Up (with hands placed over the bum), Full Monty (bare bum) and Mind The Gap resembling a builder’s bum.


The T-back (left) and Cover-up buttock-shaped mooncakes sold by Hong Kong lifestyle label Goods of Desire (Picture: Reuters)


A sales assistant presents a mooncake (Picture: Reuters)


A woman kisses a sculpture by Singaporean artist Mark Ong, titled Mooncake Alert at the No Ifs. Just Butts exhibition in Singapore (Picture: Reuters)

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