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Xinjiang donates local food Nang to Yushu

2010-04-19 00:37:47 GMT2010-04-19 08:37:47 (Beijing Time)  Xinhua English

People air local food Nang (baked crusty pancake) before transporting them to quake-hit Yushu in Hami, Northwest China’s Xinjiang Uygur autonomous region, April 18, 2010. About 70 restaurants in Hami made altogether 35,000 pieces of Nang for people affected by the April 14 quake in Yushu, Qinghai province, Xinhua reported. Nang, the staple bread of Xinjiang cuisine, can be stored for a long time. [Photo/Xinhua]

An Uygur man airs local food Nang (baked crusty pancake) before transporting them to quake-hit Yushu in Hami, Northwest China’s Xinjiang Uygur autonomous region, April 18, 2010. About 70 restaurants in Hami made altogether 35,000 pieces of Nang for people affected by the April 14 quake in Yushu, Qinghai province, Xinhua reported. Nang, the staple bread of Xinjiang cuisine, can be stored for a long time. [Photo/Xinhua]

People load Nang (baked crusty pancake) sacks onto a car before transporting them to quake-hit Yushu in Hami, Northwest China’s Xinjiang Uygur autonomous region, April 18, 2010. About 70 restaurants in Hami made altogether 35,000 pieces of Nang for people affected by the April 14 quake in Yushu, Qinghai province, Xinhua reported. Nang, the staple bread of Xinjiang cuisine, can be stored for a long time. [Photo/Xinhua]

About 70 restaurants in Hami made altogether 35,000 pieces of Nang for people affected by the April 14 quake in Yushu, Qinghai province, Xinhua reported. Nang, the staple bread of Xinjiang cuisine, can be stored for a long time.

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