Ba Chang is Glutinous Rice Dumpling and one of Malaysia's festive foods that is usually serve in mid-June to celebrate the Dragon Boat Festival. Ba Chang is made with glutinous rice wrapped into a pyramid-shaped bamboo leaves, and boiled until the rice is cooked. Ba Chang is filled or stuffed with pork belly, salted egg yolk, dried shrimps, mushroom, and dried chestnuts and other ingredients. Ba Chang is translated from the Hokkien dialect which means "meat dumpling". Ba Chang is one of the hawker foods found in Penang, Malaysia. Ba Chang is also known as Zong Zi.

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