Most Chinese dumplings are made with wheat wrappers, but in Fujian, southeastern China, there’s a dumpling with a rice skin. We went to Fujian to learn about how the Hakka people there make rice bao.
This is the fifth episode in our ten-part series about baos in China. In the next episode, we’ll go to Xinjiang, where we’ll learn how baked baos are made. Stay tuned!
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Producer: Clarissa Wei
Videographer: Patrick Wong
Editor: Joel Roche, Hanley Chu
Narration: Tiffany Ip
Animation: Stella Yoo, Frank Lam
Mastering: Victor Peña
Music: Audio Network
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