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8 months ago

Chewy, Sweet, Adorable: Kueh Steamed Rice Snacks

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Kueh is a bite-sized steamed snack usually made out of rice. It’s a term as broad as the word “cookie,” although the term kueh is more geographically specific. It originally comes from the Fujian province of China, specifically in the Minnan-speaking regions in the south. From there, the diaspora brought it all around Asia.

We met up with a couple in Taiwan who is reviving the art of kueh-making on the island.

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Producer and Videographer: Clarissa Wei
Production Assistant: Joanne Guo
Editor: Hanley Chu
Animator: Stella Yoo
Mastered: Victor Peña

Music: Audio Network

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