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Taiwanese Cuisine: Pork Buns, Beef Noodles and Bubble Tea, Oh My!

From Chinese colonization to Japanese occupation, the evolution of Taiwanese cuisine is as complicated and fragmented as any other part of the nation’s history. Taiwan has been colonized by the Chinese empire, dating as far back to the 17th century. However, the island’s people assimilated and by the 19th century, Taiwanese identity was nearly synonymous with that of mainland China. Even during the island’s eventual period of Japanese occupation from 1885 until the end of WWII, Chinese food was not only common, but it was even served to high-ranking Japanese officials. Some of the foods that were commonly served at upper-class festivities included shark fin and braised turtle. However, the

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