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  • Writer's pictureEi Khine

Feast Given To All Comers At Fushan Chinese Buddhist Temple

On February 1st 2017 around 10PM , Fushan Chinese Buddhist Temple in Yangon celebrated the birthday of Kokkine Buddha.

It was a feast where many donors donated free food given out to all comers, known as Sa Tu Di Thar စတုုဒီသာ in Burmese. Visitors watched the Lion Dance and Dragon Dance Troupes perform at intervals.

Entrance of Fushan Basketball Court turned into event hall

Visitors enter the Fushan Basketball court turned into food event hall.

Inside the event hall, people are enjoying food
Several booths serving different snacks and stage show with Chinese performers

Inside the event hall, visitors are enjoying food donated by different donors at different booths.

Donors served noodle soup, parata with potatoes, fried noodles, and fried vermicelli.

Entrance to Fushan Chinese temple

Traffic jam at the entrance of Fushan Chinese Temple.

Chinese desserts: An Ku Kuih & Ti Kuih

Selling An Ku Kuih (red tortoise cake which is a small round or oval shaped Chinese dessert with soft glutinous rice flour skin wrapped around a sweet peanut filling) and Ti Kuih (a Chinese dessert made of glutinous rice flour that has a deeper meaning of higher achievement for the coming year).

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