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Asian Snacks of My Childhood

As we wrap up Asian Pacific American Heritage Month (), let’s unwrap these colorfully packaged East and Southeast Asian snacks of my youth. Use the
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Shrimp chips
Japan
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Yan Yan
Japan
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7
Pocky
Japan
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Haw Flakes
China
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3
Yeo’s Soy Milk
Singapore
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2
White Rabbit
China
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Hi-Chew
Japan
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Bin-Bin Rice Crackers
Thailand
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5
Yeo’s Chrysanthemum Tea
Singapore
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2
French Cookies
Taiwan
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5
Hello Panda
Japan
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Peach Gummy Candy
Japan
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5
Meiji Chocolate Gummy-Mixfruit
Japan
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2
Sachima (Soft Flour Cake)
Taiwan
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3
Chan Pui Mui Perserved Dried Salted Plum Candy
China
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2
MAMA Tom Yum Spicy Shrimp flavor
Thailand
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2
Choco Pie
South Korea
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5
Lychee Fruit Jelly Cups
Taiwan
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7
Jin Jin Fruit Jelly Sticks
Taiwan
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Nata de Coco
Thailand
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Mochi Ice Cream
United States
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Dried Mangos
Philippines
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Marukawa Bubble Gum
Japan
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4
Thai Tea
Thailand
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And of course, the unifier of all communities of color...
This infamous tin of sewing supplies.
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Danish Butter Cookies
Denmark
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