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Dragon’s Beard Candy: Million-Strand “Candy Floss” that Melts in Your Mouth

Also known as the king of candies, one piece of Dragon’s Beard Candy contains a filling wrapped in 16,000 threads of sugar. Kenny Yuen, whose dad was one of the first to introduce the candy to Macau, shows us the gentle hands needed to make it right.

Shop address: 24-12 Calçada da Igreja de São Lázaro, Macao

This is the first episode of our series about established mom-and-pop eateries in China, candy edition. In the next episode, we visit an expert in Anhui who makes good luck candy. Stay tuned!

00:00 The king of candy
01:08 How to make dragon’s beard candy
02:40 Inventing new products
03:04 Recreating dad’s recipe

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Producer: Yoyo Chow
Videographer: Frentee Ji, Ethan Sien
Editor: Nicholas Ko
Animation: Stella Yoo
Mastering: Victor Peña

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