Mantou master amazes with exquisite Chinese New Year buns

By Deng Rui and Tan Yingzi in Chongqing | | Updated: 2024-02-21 17:29
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The 43-year-old mantou master Ouyang Qinyun in Chongqing has wowed netizens with over 20,000 exquisite and vivid mantou. [Photo provided to]

A mantou master in Chongqing has wowed netizens with exquisite and vivid buns depicting the auspicious dragon and lions during the ongoing celebration of the Chinese New Year.

Chinese steamed buns can be stuffed with various fillings or left unstuffed. Stuffed steamed buns are called baozi in Chinese; those without filling are called mantou.

Usually made with all-purpose flour, yeast and water, mantou is a basic staple in China, especially in the north.

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