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Festival of Chinese folk snacks

2009-03-07 11:31:18 GMT2009-03-07 19:31:18 (Beijing Time)  Xinhua English

Chefs make Rouyan, a folk sanck of Fuzhou, in front of visitors in a folk snack fair and exposition held in east China's Shanghai, March 7, 2009. Some 108 types of folk snacks from all over China were brought here to promote the Chinese traditional culture.(Xinhua Photo)

Visitors buy and taste folk snack during a folk snacks fair and exposition held in east China's Shanghai, March 7, 2009. Some 108 types of folk snacks from all over China were brought here to promote the Chinese traditional culture.(Xinhua Photo)

Lots of people visit a folk snacks fair and exposition held in east China's Shanghai, March 7, 2009. Some 108 types of folk snacks from all over China were brought here to promote the Chinese traditional culture.(Xinhua Photo)

Chefs make Rouyan, a folk sanck of Fuzhou, in front of visitors in a folk snack fair and exposition held in east China's Shanghai, March 7, 2009.

Some 108 types of folk snacks from all over China were brought here to promote the Chinese traditional culture.

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