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Local Snacks By Will X Beta Version
Introduction I am part of a group of 15 students from Shanghai American School who came to Xizhou to stay for 28 days. During that 28 days, we are to do research on a topic of our interest and produce a final product. During my time in Xizhou, I decided to learn as much as I can about three popular local snacks; the MiliangXia, Migao, and the papaya juice. My topic is on popular local snacks and this is my final product.
Instructions Please select one option. There is only ONE right answer. You can always start over.
Migao MiliangXia Papaya Juice Snacks Click on one Sources Exit
Rice Question One The Migao ( 米糕 ) is a popular local snack. Do you know what is it made of? Flour
Hint: It is not made up of flour, it is different from bread. Go Back
Breakfast Question Two Right! The Migao is made out of rice, its name translated means rice cake. Do you know when is it most commonly eaten? LunchDinner Other
Locals tend to eat rice or noodles for lunch and dinner, not rice cakes. Go Back
Migao can be eaten anytime, but not COMMON after breakfast. Go Back
Adults Question Three Right again! The Migao is most commonly eaten during breakfast due to it being made up of rice. For breakfast, the locals like to eat something made out of rice but not rice. Do you know which age group most commonly eats it? EldersEveryone Children
Adults like to eat it but not only adults. Go Back
Children like to eat it but not only children. Go Back
Elders like to eat it but not only elders. Go Back
White Question Four Correct! The Migao is eaten by everyone. But do you know what color it is ? Black Yellow Transparent
Hint: The Migao is made up of rice and rice only Go Back
Question Five Right again! Migao is white because it is up of only rice, nothing else is added during the process. Now that you know what color Migao is, which one is the Migao?
This is a tree Go Back
Question Six Correct! Now you have seen what it looks like, do you know how is it made? Rice is first soaked in water for minutes. Then the soaked rice is grinned into little bits, the bits are then rubbed together to from a lump of dough like rice. The lump is then molded into a square block so it could be steamed. After the block is ready, it is cut into little pieces to be eaten while it is still warm. Rice is first steamed so it is warm and soft. The cooked rice is then put through a filter to form a long dough like strand. The dough like strand is then sliced into thin noodle like strands and is ready to be eaten. The potato is sliced into strands and is then deep fried.
That is not how you make Migao but is how you make Ersi, a kind of rice noodles. Go Back
That is how you make French Fries, not Migao. Go Back
Question Seven Right you are! Last question: About how much does the ingredients for Migao cost to have a 5-7 RMB ( 25% ) profit? RMB40-50 RMB RMB
You overestimated how much it costs to buy rice. Go Back
You Did It ! Congratulations! It takes about RMB to make a batch of Migao with a 5-7 RMB profit. That is all I hve on Migao so, Click here to learn about another snack. Sources Exit
Water, Rice strands and Syrup Question One The MiliangXia ( 米凉虾 ) is a popular local drink. Do you know what is it made up of? Water, Shrimp and Sugar
Hint: Despite what it is name suggests, there is no shrimp in MiliangXia. Go Back
Question Two Yes, despite what its name suggests, there is no shrimp in MiliangXia. The drink is basically rice strands in water with syrup for taste. Now, do you know why its called MiliangXia? Because the name sounds cool Because the rice strands looks like shrimp Because rice and shrimps are nice Because it was named after its creator
It is not known who to credit for creating the MiliangXia, people just kind of started calling it that when the drink popped up. Go Back
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Question Three Right you are! It was called the MiliangXia because the rice strands looks like shrimp. But do you know why it’s popular? Because it’s refreshing Because it is well advertised Because it’s cheap Because it’s refreshing and cheap.
~No Comment~ Go Back
Go Back It is popular because it is cheap, but not only because it is cheap.
Go Back It is popular because it is refreshing, but not only because it is refreshing.
Question Four Correct! The MiliangXia is popular becaue it is cheap and refreshing. But do you know how cheap is one cup of MiliangXia? 5-6 RMB 2-3 RMB >10 RMBVery
~No Comment~ Go Back
You overestimated how much it costs to buy MiliangXia Go Back
Question Five Right! The MiliangXia only costs 2-3 RMB. Do you know how the MiliangXia is made? The rice grined into a long noodle like strand and is then cut into little pieces, the pieces is then soaked in a box of water. When eaten, syrup is added to add flavor to the rice strands and water. First, the rice is steamed, then the cooked rice is thrown into a wok and then vegetables and/or meat is added along with some onions and soy sauce.
That is how you cook fried rice, not MiliangXia Go Back
Question Six Right again! Final Question, Now that you know how MiliangXia is made, do you know which one it is?
Those are Migao ( 米糕 ) Go Back
You Did It ! Congratulations! The MiliangXia is very, very sweet. That’s all I hve on MiliangXia so, Click here to learn about another snack. Sources Exit
Question One The papaya juice ( 木瓜汁 ) is not actually made of papayas, do you know what it’s really made of? Bingfenli ( 冰粉粒 )Papayas ( 木瓜 ) Oranges ( 橙子 ) Other Fruits
The papaya juice ( 木瓜汁 ) is not actually made of papayas, do you know what it’s really made of? Go Back Try again
Go Back Nope, the papaya juice is not a fruit juice.
Question Two Yep, the papaya juice is made of Bingfenli ( 冰粉粒 ), a processed grain like substance, it is also known as Bingfen ( 冰粉 ). Do you know how it is made? The Bingfenli ( 冰粉粒 ) is rubbed until it is a powder, then water is added. Water is boiled untill it is steaming, then the Bingfenli ( 冰粉粒 ) is added and then stirred until it cools,
Go Back Nope, the papaya juice is not that hard to make.
Question Three Yep, the papaya juice is that simple to make. But you know how much it cost to make RMB (50%) profit? RMB RMB RMB >35 RMB
You overestimated how much it costs to make papaya juice. Go Back
You underestimated how much it costs to make papaya juice. Go Back
Question Four Congratulations, last question! Which one is the papaya juice?
Nope, that is Bingfenli ( 冰粉粒 ), try again. Go Back
Nope, that is MiliangXia ( 米凉虾 ), try again. Go Back
You Did It ! Congratulations! That is all I got on papaya juice, go to sasmicrocampus.org to see more. Click here to learn about another snack. Sources Exit
Sources Online: Research conducted by Michael C., 19, accessed 1 April 2014.http://www.sasmicrocampus.org/content/phase-3-interpreting-information- 19, accessed 1 April Online: 云南菜－百度百科 - Chinese Encyclopedia, accessed 1 April 2014.http://baike.baidu.com/view/62859.htm, accessed 1 April Online: 大理白族自治州－百度百科 - Chinese Encyclopedia, 大理 &fromid=32237&type=syn, accessed 1 April 2014.http://baike.baidu.com/view/ htm?fromtitle= 大理 &fromid=32237&type=syn, accessed 1 April Online: Research conducted by Anna S., accessed 4 April accessed 4 April Online: 粑粑－百度百科 -Chinese Encyclopedia, accessed 4 April 2014.http://baike.baidu.com/view/42358.htm?fr=wordsearch, accessed 4 April Mr. Yang, owner of the Golden Flower, interviewed 24 April 2014.
Sources Andrew, interviewed 23 April Ms.Yang, owner of the Wando Fen Shop, interviewed 28 April Ms. Zhong, owner of the Noodle Shop, interviewed 29 April Mr. Yang, owner of the Baba shop, interviewed 29 April Mr. Li, owner of the resturant next to the Golden Flower, interviewed 4 May Ms. Li, owner of the stall that makes MiliangXia and Papaya juice, interviewed 4 May Ms. Zhao, owner of the Migao shop in the morning market, interviewed 6 May Special Thanks to Mr. T and Ms. Mai for supporting me
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