Keeping dumpling tradition alive in new ways

Traits of the trade: Tan started making rice dumplings since she was nine years old and has now taken her business online.

PETALING JAYA: While many celebrate the Dragon Boat Festival to commemorate the poet Qu Yuan, for Tan Ai Beng, it is another festive family reunion.

She said the festival was a time for a family reunion as all her siblings used to travel back to their hometown in Taiping to help their mother prepare rice dumplings.

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