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  • Chongqing residents use bamboo rods to make a kind of sticky rice cake, locally called “ciba,” a traditional snack during the Mid-Autumn Festival which falls on Monday. Photo: IC_ Gallery: Chongqing’s Sticky Tradition
     
     
    Chongqing residents use bamboo rods to make a kind of sticky rice cake, locally called “ciba,” a traditional snack during the Mid-Autumn Festival which falls on Monday. Photo: IC
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Gallery: Chongqing’s Sticky Tradition

Southwestern municipality celebrates Mid-Autumn Festival with bamboo-pummeled rice cakes

09.21.2018
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Chongqing residents use bamboo rods to make a kind of sticky rice cake, locally called “ciba,” a traditional snack during the Mid-Autumn Festival which falls on Monday. Photo: IC
Crowds of elderly locals eagerly seize their chance to get a sticky rice cake. Photo: IC
Crowds of elderly locals eagerly seize their chance to get a sticky rice cake. Photo: IC
An elderly woman joyously bites into a ciba. Photo: IC

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Gallery: Chongqing’s Sticky Tradition