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Appears in
Chinese Heritage Cooking

By Christopher Tan and Amy Van

Published 2018

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One of the oldest of all Chinese foods with a symbolic connotation, tang yuan are traditionally eaten at the winter solstice in late December to celebrate family reunion and togetherness. In modern Singapore, the stuffed version or ah boh leng (see Note) are now commonly enjoyed at group gatherings or as a sweet anytime snack.