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Green Tea Tikoy: A Sweet Treat That Attracts Good Luck

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Choose Philippines | Feb 18, 2015

Story from Bandila, Abner Mercado


Preparing Niangao or more commonly known as tikoy has long been a tradition during Chinese New Year. Tikoy, a sticky sweet treat, is said to attract good luck and it gets more exciting as it comes in different flavors such as matcha green tea. Watch the video above to know more.  


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