In case you forgot to mark your calendar, today is Zhong Qiu, the Mid-Autumn Festival, also known as the Moon Festival. It's the night when families get together to eat mooncakes, drink tea, and admire the full moon. Tonight Winnie Yu stopped by the teahouse to share mooncakes and Topaz Puerh with Roy and his family. It's an unusually fog-free night in San Francisco, which allowed the harvest moon to shine brightly on this year's event.
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