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Traditional cuisine cooked for Lunar New Year in N China's Shanxi
 
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Chef Sun Jinyong prepares soup for "Badawan", a cuisine combined of eight different dishes, in Fengtaiyuan Hotel in Fenyang, north China's Shanxi Province on Jan. 11, 2017. The traditional cuisine "Badawan" has became the main dish of banquets as the Chinese Lunar New Year is approaching. This cuisine takes several complicated procedures and over three hours of cooking, and was listed as Shanxi's Intangible Cultural Heritage in 2009. (Xinhua/Cao Yang)

Photo taken on Jan. 11, 2017 shows the traditional "Badawan", a cuisine combined of eight different dishes, in Fengtaiyuan Hotel in Fenyang, north China's Shanxi Province. The traditional cuisine "Badawan" has became the main dish of banquets as the Chinese Lunar New Year is approaching. This cuisine takes several complicated procedures and over three hours of cooking, and was listed as Shanxi's Intangible Cultural Heritage in 2009. (Xinhua/Cao Yang)

Chef Sun Jinyong shows two dishes of "Badawan", a cuisine combined of eight different dishes, in Fengtaiyuan Hotel in Fenyang, north China's Shanxi Province on Jan. 11, 2017. The traditional cuisine "Badawan" has became the main dish of banquets as the Chinese Lunar New Year is approaching. This cuisine takes several complicated procedures and over three hours of cooking, and was listed as Shanxi's Intangible Cultural Heritage in 2009. (Xinhua/Cao Yang)

The cook prepares chops for "Badawan", a cuisine combined of eight different dishes, in Fengtaiyuan Hotel in Fenyang, north China's Shanxi Province on Jan. 11, 2017. The traditional cuisine "Badawan" has became the main dish of banquets as the Chinese Lunar New Year is approaching. This cuisine takes several complicated procedures and over three hours of cooking, and was listed as Shanxi's Intangible Cultural Heritage in 2009. (Xinhua/Cao Yang)

Chef Sun Jinyong fries meat for "Badawan", a cuisine combined of eight different dishes, in Fengtaiyuan Hotel in Fenyang, north China's Shanxi Province on Jan. 11, 2017. The traditional cuisine "Badawan" has became the main dish of banquets as the Chinese Lunar New Year is approaching. This cuisine takes several complicated procedures and over three hours of cooking, and was listed as Shanxi's Intangible Cultural Heritage in 2009. (Xinhua/Cao Yang)

The cook prepares mutton for "Badawan", a cuisine combined of eight different dishes, in Fengtaiyuan Hotel in Fenyang, north China's Shanxi Province on Jan. 11, 2017. The traditional cuisine "Badawan" has become the main dish of banquets as the Chinese Lunar New Year is approaching. This cuisine takes several complicated procedures and over three hours of cooking, and was listed as Shanxi's Intangible Cultural Heritage in 2009. (Xinhua/Cao Yang)

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