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Watch your teeth: Food-shaped stones at Taiwan food exhibit

(People's Daily Online)

16:26, August 19, 2011

Photo, taken on Aug. 18, 2011, shows a famous Chinese dish “Fo Tiao Qiang,” which is steamed abalone with shark’s fin and fish maw made up of stones. (Xinhua/Li Mingfang)

Edited and Translated by Ye Xin, People's Daily Online

A group of stone dishes was displayed at the 2011 Taiwan Culinary Exhibition held on Aug. 18, 2011. Those bizarre stones are natural stones collected by a folk collector named Xu Junyi and are indeed eye-openers for visitors.

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