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Biangbiang noodles
 
The character for "biáng", made up of 56 strokes, is one of the most complex Chinese characters in contemporary usage, although the character is not found in dictionaries and has not yet been added to Unicode.

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EtymologyEdit

Etymology uncertain. May be onomatopoeic in origin; from the sound of chewing biangbiang noodles or the sound made by the chef when pulling the dough and slapping it on the table.[1]

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NounEdit

  

  1. biangbiang noodles, a type of thick noodle from China's Shaanxi province

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ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ “China Daily: Biangbiang Shaanxi street food”, in (Please provide the title of the work)[1], accessed 19 November 2012