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  • One of the Chinese New Year item that I actually enjoy eating is the steamed brown sugar cake, which is more well known as nian gao 年糕.

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  • The family together says aloud the phrase nian nian you yu, which means "may there be fish every year."

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  • Ohin loron, loron ALEGRIA nian ba timor oan hotu. iha loron ida ne'e ita sei hanoin fila fali tinan sanulu liuba (30 de Agosto de 1999) nebe ita hotu decidi atu liberta ita nia nação husi ocupação indonésio.

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  • In Southern China, a popular New Year dessert is nian gao, which is a steamed, sweet glutinous rice pudding.

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  • Having said that, I got myself a tray of nian gao, a kind of traditional chinese glutinous rice cake, which is sweet and has a chewy texture made with brown sugar and glutinuos rice flour among other ingredients.

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  • Having said that, I got myself a tray of nian gao, a kind of traditional chinese glutinous rice cake, which is sweet and has a chewy texture made with brown sugar and glutinuos rice flour among other ingredients.

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  • But it also has a sitting room situated off the lounge room, a vestibule instead of a corridor and it is a three-fronted Califor-nian house with two front entranc-es.

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  • Especially my Mexican classmate- Fernanda, who winced slightly when I described nian gao to her last Friday.

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  • Especially my Mexican classmate- Fernanda, who winced slightly when I described nian gao to her last Friday.

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  • The festive but cheesy chinese songs that flood every shopping malls; and the pineapple tarts, bak gua, love letters, prawn-crackers, nian gao and other new year goodies we serve our visiting guests.

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