Hsiao tien hsin which are found in a number of restaurants and bakeries in Taiwan are served as desserts or late-night snacks. Unlike Western-style desserts Hsiao tien hsin are nott overly sweet, but instead are a little tart and gummy. It is one of the famous Peking desserts found in Taiwan

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