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Traditional delicacies in Wangfujing snack street
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Photo taken on July 29, 2008 shows the night view of Wangfujing snack street in Beijing, capital of China. In the past, the popular Beijing snacks used to be hawked at temple fairs or roadside bazaars. Along with the change of times, traditional Beijing snack bars have emerged in streets and lanes of the city. There are also some snack streets with business of traditional Beijing snacks and other flavor snacks from around China that favor lots of local residents and tourists.

People buy Tanghulu, a Beijing's traditional snack made of sugarcoated haws and other fruit on a stick at a snack booth in a snack street in Beijing, capital of China, July 26, 2008.

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