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I'm not a wiki user. The picture of chinese new year food used on this page is salmon yu sheng, which is a dish developed and used in Singapore. It's not a dish that's common elsewhere for chinese new year (although this may change over time).
 
I'm not a wiki user. The picture of chinese new year food used on this page is salmon yu sheng, which is a dish developed and used in Singapore. It's not a dish that's common elsewhere for chinese new year (although this may change over time).
 
I am a Hong Kong Chinese that has family in Mainland China. This is not a common Chinese New Year salad. Chinese don't usually eat raw vegetables due to a variety of different superstitions and traditions. Raw fish is also not consumed, but is much more common in Japan and other parts of south east Asia.
 
 
In part, this can be tied to the belief that well cooked and presented food is more civilized & cultured. Much in the same way that chopsticks are preferred over knives and forks at the dinner table.
 
  
 
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