Hong Kong Rural Village Believed to Be Last in City to Make Traditional Rice Dumpling

“I only keep doing it because it’s a family tradition.”

Cheung Yun-fun is preparing rice dumplings for the Dragon Boat Festival at a rural village thought to be the only place in Hong Kong where the dish is cooked traditionally.

Made with sticky rice, green beans and sometimes pork belly, the dumplings are the traditional dish eaten during the Dragon Boat Festival annually. And Cheung’s family has been making the dumplings for decades.

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