• GoodLearnerGoodLearner
      ·02-03
       Peanut cookies My favourite snack
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    • TheRealKalTheRealKal
      ·02-03
      Hong Mei Ren. Very nice.
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    • Ho081ganHo081gan
      ·02-03
      Self baking pineapple tart
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    • Chua96Chua96
      ·02-03
      I like CNY snacks, especially Pineapple tart 🤩
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    • HengOngHuat1HengOngHuat1
      ·02-03
      Yummylicious... Happy CNY...
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    • Soon HuatSoon Huat
      ·02-03
      Snacks: Tangyuan (sweet glutinous rice balls) Nian gao (sticky rice cake) Jiaozi (dumplings) Mooncakes Peanut candy Drinks: Kumquat tea Chinese tea Chinese New Year alcohol like Baijiu (a strong liquor made from fermented grains)
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    • 咩咩虎咩咩虎
      ·02-02
      Favourite CNY Snacks drinks 
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    • Jo_TanJo_Tan
      ·01-21

      My favourite Chinese New Year snack involves a 🐧

      Woah hey, no it's not Penguin meat! It involves this little guy here! So what happened was that my family and I were searching for a place to eat a few years ago during Chinese New Year but realised that most of the stores were closed or didn't have food that they really liked. I was thinking in my mind, aiyoo why so picky, hungry already just eat anything loh... But I couldn't bear to do it because... Chinese New Year... Anyway, luckily, we chances upon a Don Don Donki and my little one was attracted by the wonderful smell of the sweet potatoes! I took the opportunity to say fine, if you eat something here (luckily, they had those nice packed bentos), I get you the sweet potatoes for dessert! By this time I looked relieved because even my wife nodded in much agreement.Looking at the glass shelves hungrily, we went in to choose our meals. I've never seen my little one eat so fast and had to remind her to chew carefully. Then after the meal was done, I went to buy some of the warm sweet potatoes. Even though she had eaten quite a bit of the bento set, I guess what they say is true, that there is always room for dessert.Look at those hungry jaws! I had to gingerly peel the skin for the eager ones but boy was the warm sweet potato skin easy to peel. The golden yellow meat was soon visible and my little one was asking me to hurry! Now wait a min, I said, who bought this??? Without hearing what I said, greedy paws grabbed the packet and started devouring, gobbling, er.. hey leave some for me please!Since then, the memory of sweet potatoes rises each Chinese New Year and it has since been a staple snack each year due to the fond (but greedy) memory. I buy a few packets each year back and it has since been a weird symbol of family togetherness where we searched (maybe I should I searched and found ???) for food. I know it's not your usual Chinese New Year food but it sure is a hit whenever you serve them warm. I usually leave the packets out beside the usual snacks we have. People always ask about it (but they keep quiet once they sink their teeth into it) and we love to tell them the story.Happy Chinese New Year everyone and may your Chinese New Year be as golden as the potato! Quack Quack (er I mean, Chirp Chirp or whatever sound the penguin makes!)@TigerEvents  @TigerStars  @Tiger_chat  Congratulations, you have found the HAPPYCNY cards. You can leave a message "HAPPYCNY" in the comments section of the post & win 10 Tiger Coins.In addition, the first person to find the HAPPYCNY cards and comment ""HAPPYCNY"" will receive a special gift.​​​Click here to view more details​​
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    • TigerEventsTigerEvents
      ·01-21

      [Events]Share your favourite CNY snacks/drinks

      "Ah boy, you don't finish all the Bak Kwa before CNY start ah!!!" "Ah girl, you can only drink those 100 Plus after lou sang and dinner!!!" "Stop playing phone and come help me put the pineapple tarts in the tupperware"I'm pretty sure that these are some familiar dialogues you would hear during Chinese New Year. Come share with us what your favourite snacks and drinks are during CNY and see if other Tigers feel the same too!!!📒How to participate?Take a picture of your favourite snack and/or drink, tell us what you call them at your home or any interesting stories that have happened and post them on the topic page🥤🍜🥟🥣🎁Event PrizesAll valid posts will receive 88 Tiger Coins, wishing you all a huat huat year!!! 🐯💰⏰ Event Duration21st January 2023 - 3rd February 2023What we don't encourage:- Meaningless posts and comments, ("ok" "nice" "good" "not sure", "12345", etc.,or random emojis) .- Insults, harassment, threats, derogatory language, etc.- Any behaviouror remark that undermines the community experience of others.Tag your friends, join the events, and win Tiger Coins together!$Tiger Brokers(TIGR)$
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    • myth88myth88
      ·01-28
      Spy Trends Impact and Use. tongda chen talk about spy trend Spy trends refer to the use of surveillance technologies, such as CCTV cameras, GPS tracking devices, and data mining software, by governments, businesses, and individuals to collect information about people's actions and movements. This can include monitoring people's online activity, tracking their physical movements, and gathering information about their personal lives. Spy trends have become increasingly prevalent in recent years, driven by advances in technology and a growing demand for information and security. However, there are also concerns about the impact of these trends on people's privacy and civil liberties. tongda chen talk about spy trend Spy trends refer to the use of surveillance technologies, such 2 / 2 tongda chen talk about spy stock trend I'm not aware of any specific trend related to "spy stock" specifically, but it could refer to companies that produce or sell products and services related to surveillance and intelligence gathering. Examples of such companies include those that produce CCTV cameras and related equipment, GPS tracking devices, data mining software, and other types of surveillance technology. These companies may be publicly traded, and their stock prices may be influenced by factors such as government contracts, technological advancements, and public perception of surveillance and privacy issues. However, it's important to note that investing in any stock involves risk and should be done after thorough research and analysis. tongda chen talk about dia stock trend I'm sorry, I am not aware of any specific stock trend related to "DIA" as it could refer to multiple things. DIA could refer to a stock ticker symbol for a publicly tongda chen talk about best cny snack Chinese New Year (CNY) is a time for celebration and feasting, and there are many traditional snacks that are commonly enjoyed during this holiday. Some popular CNY snacks include: Jiaozi (dumplings): These are small, crescent-shaped dumplings filled with meat and vegetables, and are a symbol of wealth and good luck. Nian gao (sticky rice cake): Nian gao is made from glutinous rice flour and is considered a symbol of a good harvest and prosperity. Tang Yuan (sweet glutinous rice balls): These are small, round balls made from glutinous rice flour and filled with sweet fillings such as red bean paste or sesame paste. They are a symbol of unity and togetherness. Ba bao fan (eight treasure glutinous rice): it's a sweet glutinous rice pudding made with various ingredients such as red bean, lotus seed, and dried fruit. Yuan xiao (sweet glutinous rice dumplings): these are similar to tang yuan but are larger in size and filled with sweet fillings such as red bean paste or sesame paste. Zongzi (glutinous rice dumplings): These are triangular-shaped dumplings made from glutinous rice and filled with meat, vegetables, or sweet fillings. It's worth noting that these are just a few examples and the list is not exhaustive and different regions have their own specialties.
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    • GrumpyDinoGrumpyDino
      ·02-01
      Peanut cookies are a must have in my family! All kinds of cooking with nuts in them (be it almond, cashew or peanuts) are all just called peanut cookies to us. 
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    • koolgalkoolgal
      ·01-23

      🌈🌈🌈My Favourite CNY Snack Is Pineapple Tart🌈🌈🌈

      🌟🌟🌟My All Time Favourite Chinese New Year Snack is Pineapple Tart.  The word "Pineapple" in Chinese dialects such as Hokkien and Cantonese is "Ong Lai" or " Wong Lai".  It is a symbol of "wealth arrives".  So gifting pineapple tarts to family and friends is  beautiful gesture intended to bring about Prosperity for The Year Of The Rabbit. In my family, it is a tradition that has been passed down through the generations that the women make pineapple tarts every Lunar New Year.  My mother taught me how to make pineapple tart and I will pass on that knowledge to my daughter.  She will in turn pass on the same knowledge to her daughter and so forth.  Traditions are very much the  fabric of our Chinese Culture and the simple act of just making pineapple tarts to me is honouring the people who have come before us.  It is a circle of life and strengthen our family bonds. When I  make pineapple tarts, I am filled with lovely memories of my young self playing with the dough and helping my mother form the tarts.  As we celebrate The Year Of The Rabbit, let's give thanks to our loved ones who are very much an important part of our lives.  Gong Xi Fa Cai to Everyone.  May The Year Of The Rabbit Bring Forth Happiness, Good Health and Prosperity To All Of Us. 😍😍😍🍀🍀🍀🌈🌈🌈🐇🐇🐇💐💐💐
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      🌈🌈🌈My Favourite CNY Snack Is Pineapple Tart🌈🌈🌈
    • BontaBonta
      ·01-31
      [Thinking]  CNY pineapple tarts are finishing. It's a yearly tradition from my family to make pineapple tarts for cny To share within thefamily. When my dad was still around, we used to use pineapples and make the paste from scratch. After he's gone, we ended up buying the pineapple paste from confectionery speciality stores.  Things will never be the same again with loss of family member. But traditions that we hold dear, should continue to remind us of what it means as a family.  CNY is a great time to not just do reunion for sake of reunion, but also to remind us to be thankful for those who are still present inour lives. Happy CNY!
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    • GoodLife99GoodLife99
      ·01-28
      My favourite snack for CNY definitely is the ONG LAI biscuit (pineapple 🍍 biscuit) whether in square or in the traditional shape! This year happened to bought it for families & relative for CNY celebration from pre-CNY Taiwan trip! [smile] few pcs left only [LOL]  almost forgotten to post & sharing with all hope I'm not too late to share ☺️ @KenChee @rL @LMSunshine @Aqa
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    • SirBahamutSirBahamut
      ·01-29
      My favourite CNY goodie is pineapple tarts! Pineapple tarts are a popular Chinese New Year goodie. They are small, bite-sized pastries filled with a sweet and tangy pineapple filling. They are often served as a snack or a dessert during the Chinese New Year celebration and are a must-have for many families during this time! In addition to being a delicious Chinese New Year treat, pineapple tarts are also said to have an auspicious meaning. The word for pineapple in Chinese, "ong lai" sounds similar to the phrase "prosperity is coming," which is why they are often given as gifts during the Chinese New Year. Additionally, the golden color of the tarts is associated with wealth and good luck, making them a symbol of good fortune and success in the new year!
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    • myth88myth88
      ·01-28
      One of my favorite Chinese New Year snacks is the "sweet glutinous rice snake". This snack is made from glutinous rice flour and sugar, and is shaped and decorated to look like a snake. The snake shape is often chosen as it symbolizes the coming of the new year and is believed to bring good luck and prosperity. This snack is often enjoyed during the Chinese New Year celebrations, and can be found in many Chinese bakeries or made at home. They can be usually served in a sweet syrup and it's chewy texture makes it a perfect treat to share with family and friends. They are also often decorated with sesame seeds, peanuts, or other nuts to give it a nice crunchy texture. The sweet glutinous rice snake is a delicious and traditional Chinese New Year snack that is enjoyed by many. It is a perfect combination of sweet and chewy, and it's unique snake shape adds an interesting and fun element to the Chinese New Year celebrations. It is a great snack to enjoy with a cup of tea or coffee, and it is also a great gift to give to friends and family during the Chinese New Year.
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    • ee244cee244c
      ·01-26
      Pineapple tart was something my mum insiston making each year while she can. At 86 years old we had persuaded her not to carry out this physical hard activity but she says as long as she is able to she will. This was one made with love and enjoyed by my children ,cousins and relatives. She use to made many other varieties of CNY cookies and had to persuade her to reduce this work load due to her physical health. How many more yearscan we still enjoy her pineapple tart!
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    • intheloopintheloop
      ·01-27
      Pineapple Tart is definitely the #1 winner. I am not a fan of pineapple tarts in my early years as I enjoyed savouring Love Letter and Bak Kaw more. But the tarts are the top choice of all CNY goodies be it at home or homes of relatives. It is like a competition going on where each family visited will definitely have someone offered the so-called best pineapple taets in town. It is a must-to-have snack, expected to be home-made or near with a certain standard of taste. Not surprisingly, there is a line-up of 6-8 containers of pineapple tarts being showcased on the most visible spot awaiting to please all the die-hard fans. The tarts have played such an amazing role as it is a topic for a great start to the conversation often focuses on how yummy the pineapple tarts are, where to get them etc., that instantly re-engaging all interactions and bonding. To be in the groups, you have to eat the tarts. So YES…#1 winner, for sure, year after year.
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    • ShiellaShiella
      ·02-02
      Havent tried these snacks but i guess they taste good judge by the look.
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    • Shellharbour JasShellharbour Jas
      ·02-02
      Taking my family to Chinatown for yum Cha is a family favorite on CNY
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