Beijing snacks applies to be intangible heritage

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The Chinese capital is trying to get its traditional snacks recognized as intangible cultural heritage items.

The Chinese capital is trying to get its traditional snacks recognized as intangible cultural heritage items. Beijing has filed an application asking authorities to list more than 100 of its traditional snacks as national "relics". [Photo: blog.163.com] 

Beijing has filed an application asking authorities to list more than 100 of its traditional snacks as national "relics".

In addition to the application, the city is also considering carrying out a survey of traditional snacks to rank the top small bites. Some of the items included in the application are sweet bean paste puree (wan dou huang), soy bean flour cake (lv da gun), and fermented mung bean juice (dou zhi), a drink loved by a few and hated by many.

 

 

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