In China, the Qingming Festival is for families to visit their ancestors' tombs and make ritual offerings.
The steamed Qingtuan, a sweet green rice ball, is not only the carrier of craftsmanship but also the ceremony for thousands of families to convey their sincere feelings of reunion and the hope for spring.
In the past, eating Qingtuan was a tradition in south and east China. In recent years, the recipe is more well-known both domestically and internationally.
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