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  1. ... (연, see yeonnalligi), and play jegichagi, a game in which a light object is wrapped in paper or cloth, and then kicked in a footbag like manner. Korean...

  2. ... stolen the rice. The spirit then advised them to wrap the rice in silk and bind it with five different-colored threads before...

  3. ... of rice dumplings with meat, peanut, egg yolk, or other fillings wrapped in bamboo leaves. The tradition of zong zi is meant to...

  4. ... a visit to Paris he came across the bob-bon, a sugar almond wrapped in tissue paper (with a twist either side of the centrally placed sweet). ...

  5. ... around Apr.5) * Dragon-boat Festival (Rice- Wrap Day, Agriculture Calendar May 5) * Magpie...

  6. ... to its tenderness and whiteness. The kuang style are wrapped in a pastry-like crust and are famous for their meticulously prepared...

  7. ...(rice cakes filled with red beans and wrapped with oak leaves) and Chimaki (rice cakes wrapped with...

  8. ... of rice dumplings with meat, peanut, egg yolk, or other fillings wrapped in bamboo leaves. The tradition of tzung tzu is meant to...

  9. ... nian gao, sweet steamed glutinous rice pudding and zong zi (glutinous rice wrapped up in reed leaves), another popular delicacy. In the north, ...

  10. ... eaten the rice. So, the following year, the tradition of wrapping the cooked rice in bamboo leaves was begun. The...