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An important part of the festival celebration is moon worship.The ancient Chinese believed in rejuvenation being associated with the moon and water, and connected this concept to the menstruation of women, calling it "monthly water".
Chang'e fled to the moon and became the spirit of the moon.
Offerings are also made to a more well-known lunar deity, Chang'e, known as the Moon Goddess of Immortality.
The myths associated with Chang'e explain the origin of moon worship during this day.
Taizong took the round cakes and pointed to the moon with a smile, saying, "I'd like to invite the toad to enjoy the hú (胡) cake." After sharing the cakes with his ministers, the custom of eating these hú cakes spread throughout the country.
Another popular legend concerns the Han Chinese's uprising against the ruling Mongols at the end of the Yuan dynasty (1280–1368 CE), in which the Han Chinese used traditional mooncakes to conceal the message that they were to rebel on Mid-Autumn Day.