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  • n. Chinese steamed stuffed buns


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Mandarin Mandarin 包子 (bāozi)


  • State TV’s undercover investigation features the shirtless, shorts-clad maker of the buns, called baozi, explaining the contents of the product sold in Beijing’s sprawling Chaoyang district.

    Beijing Steamed Buns Include Cardboard | Impact Lab

  • We crossed the road for a breakfast of gruel and baozi at a small restaurant and got talking to the owner, a middle-aged woman, whose parents moved to Tangwanghe when it opened up during the Great Leap Forward.

    When a Billion Chinese Jump

  • Theirs is possibly my favorite breakfast in China: delicious Yangzhou baozi and dumplings served up in the restored mansion of a salt merchant.

    Fuchsia Dunlop

  • Yesterday I grabbed some baozi and jiaozi for lunch... tasty, as far as I know, cardboard-free.

    gan_bei: Alive and well!

  • When I went to China i tried a lot of this stuff baozi and jiaziwith really curious fillings.

    To Chinatown and Back

  • Now, after the story went to air, an investigation by police apparently found no evidence of any such wrongdoing, and there are accusations that the reporter gave the baozi (ph) maker the cardboard which was then used in his report.

    CNN Transcript Jul 19, 2007

  • I sometimes use fresh okara in jiaozi or baozi fillings, too.

    Okra is not okura

  • In the floor above the local shops, noodle soup and Shanghai's famous stuffed pastry specialities, baozi and xiaolongbao, are served.

    The Earth Times Online Newspaper

  • Renier, and Anneliese, and I got some delicious baozi and banana crepe thingy, then Renier, TravelStream™ — Recent Entries at

  • Wheat is the staple for most northern Chinese in the form of breads, noodles, dumplings (jaozi, pronounced "jowzuh") and stuffed buns (baozi).

    British Blogs


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