Hong Kong's mooncakes get protest makeover
Hong Kong's Carrie Lam decided to visit an elderly home to hand out traditional mooncakes to residents for the mid-autumn festival. She did so with a significant police presence. Elsewhere, some mooncakes were on sale with the words "Be Water" printed on them, a reference to local kung fu legend Bruce Lee and his philosophy of being unpredictable - an approach Hong Kong's protest movement has made its own. Also, French government spokeswoman Sibeth Ndiaye sparks a Twitter storm with a gaffe.