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n. boiled balls of glutinous rice flour (eaten during the Lantern festival)
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What is the cultural significance of eating 汤圆 (tāngyuán)?
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汤圆 (tāngyuán) is a traditional Chinese food that is eaten during the Lantern Festival. It is a symbol of family reunion and unity, as the round shape of the 汤圆 (tāngyuán) is said to represent togetherness and completeness. Eating 汤圆 (tāngyuán) is also believed to bring good luck and fortune. The sweet filling of the 汤圆 (tāngyuán) is also said to represent the sweetness of life.
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