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Typical Taiwanese Customs Associated with Eating
There are also many rules about chopsticks. For instance, it would be considered extremely rude using chopsticks to make noise by banging on the bowl, and Never rest your chopsticks by sticking them point-first into your bowl of rice. This is reminiscent of ancestral offerings and can be seen as disrespectful. The Taiwanese generally eat three meals a day, but each meal contains a great deal of dishes, especially dinner. A formal traditional Taiwanese breakfast usually consists of a pot of congee and several side dishes, eaten around 6:00 in the morning, but this tradition now only exists in the countryside since people living in the cities don't get up that early. Lunch is eaten at with something lighter but providing more energy because in early agricultural society of Taiwan everyone used to be working at this time. Then the dinner is always ready about 5:00 p.m. …
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