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In view of the Covid-19 pandemic, many organisers have cancelled their annual celebration of Duan Wu Jie this year.
Mummy blogger Merryn Tan reinvents the popular nyonya dessert to teach her kids how to make zhongzi (dumplings) for Dragon Boat Festival.
TEH Geok Bee’s kitchen was filled with laughter as family members gathered to make dumplings or bak chang over the weekend.
GEORGE TOWN: Sixty-four-year-old Lee Choy Pin has given her children and grandchildren a precious gift that she has perfected over the past four decades: a tasty recipe for ‘bak chang’, a glutinous rice dumpling.Choy Pin, who picked up the art of making dumplings while in her 20s, is more than happy to share the time-tested formula with her family.
AS the Dumpling Festival (Duan Wu Jie) evolves over the centuries, the Chinese have come up with various recipes to make the dumplings.
KUALA LUMPUR: The Duan Wu Jie festival is not just to commemorate the fight against corruption but also to celebrate the Summer Solstice (June 21), as it occurs around the same time of the year, says Per satuan Peranakan Baba Nyonya Kuala Lumpur and Selangor president Cedric Tan (pic).
GEORGE TOWN: Making a cone out of bamboo leaves and filling it with cooked brown rice, a chestnut, mushroom, vegetarian meat, lentils, a bit more brown rice, and red beans, the volunteers at the Than Hsiang Temple in Bayan Baru made the wrapping process look so easy.