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What are the best snacks in China? [Copy link] 中文

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7. Wuhan, Hubei

Photo: Weibo Gourmet Forum Wuhan dishes are hearty and full of flavor.

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8. Changsha, Hunan

Photo: Weibo Gourmet Forum Changsha is famed for its stinky tofu.

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9. Beijing

Photo: Weibo Gourmet Forum Beijng is home to the Peking duck and a variety of snack food brought by the Qing emperors.

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10. Shanghai

Photo: Weibo Gourmet Forum Shanghai is known for its juicy pork buns.

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11. Tianjin

Photo: Weibo Gourmet Forum Among Tianjin's specialties are these buns.

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12. Xiamen, Fujian

Photo: Weibo Gourmet Forum Xiamen has an assortment of snacks.

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13. Nanjing, Jiangsu

Photo: Weibo Gourmet Forum Nanjing's offerings include duck blood soup

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