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Jiaozi is a traditional Chinese food one of the most widely loved foods in northern China In ancient times. Jiaozi, whose shape looks like a horn, was called 'Tiao". It was also called "bianshi" due to its flat shape The name "jiaozi" derives flora the ancient time-counting method in China When the Chinese people eat dumplings stuffed with meat and vegetables at the junction of the end of the old year and the beginning of the New Year, it is right between eleven pm and one am. Since this period is called jiaozi (交子) in Chinese, the dumplings people eat during this time are named after it. Later it became jiaozi (饺子), with a radical added to the left part of the original Chinese character indicating it is a kind of food. As early as the Han dynasty (206 BC-220 AD) eating dumplings became a custom in the capital city of Chang'an now Xi'an inShaanxi Province.
Jiaozi, or dumplings, are also known as water dumplings, meaning they are boiled in water. It is one of the major staple foods or local specialties in north China and enjoyed by many Chinese.
Dumplings have a history of more than 1,800 years. Originally, it was used to cure illness. It was reportedly invented by Zhang Zhongjing, one of the most famous practitioners of traditional Chinese medicine in ancient China.