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MALAYSIA-RELIGION/VILLAIN HITTING
RTX6PUQN
March 06, 2019
Duck eggs, bean curds and pork cuts are prepared for temple devotees to perform a "villain-hitting" ritual...
Klang, Malaysia
Duck eggs, bean curds and pork cuts are prepared for temple devotees to perform a "villain-hitting" ritual...
Duck eggs, bean curds and pork cuts are prepared for temple devotees to perform a "villain-hitting" ritual during the Jingzhe festival at a Chinese temple in Klang, Malaysia, March 6, 2019. REUTERS/Lai Seng Sin
MALAYSIA-RELIGION/VILLAIN HITTING
RTX6PUQ4
March 06, 2019
A woman feeds the White Tiger statue with bean curds as she performs a "villain-hitting" ritual during...
Klang, Malaysia
A woman feeds the White Tiger statue with bean curds as she performs a "villain-hitting" ritual during...
A woman feeds the White Tiger statue with bean curds as she performs a "villain-hitting" ritual during Jingzhe festival at a Chinese temple in Klang, Malaysia March 6, 2019. REUTERS/Lai Seng Sin
MALAYSIA-RELIGION/VILLAIN HITTING
RTX6PUQ1
March 06, 2019
Poeple feed the White Tiger statue with bean curds as they perform a "villain-hitting" ritual during...
Klang, Malaysia
Poeple feed the White Tiger statue with bean curds as they perform a "villain-hitting" ritual during...
Poeple feed the White Tiger statue with bean curds as they perform a "villain-hitting" ritual during Jingzhe festival at a Chinese temple in Klang, Malaysia March 6, 2019. REUTERS/Lai Seng Sin
CHINA-FOOD/
RTX48Z14
January 12, 2018
Stinky tofu with cocktail sticks are seen at a street market in the township of Guiyu, Guangdong province,...
GUIYU, China
Stinky tofu with cocktail sticks are seen at a street market in the township of Guiyu, Guangdong province,...
Stinky tofu with cocktail sticks are seen at a street market in the township of Guiyu, Guangdong province, China January 11, 2018. Picture taken January 11, 2018. REUTERS/Aly Song
PHILIPPINES-FLOODS/
RTX3FSND
September 12, 2017
A vendor selling soya bean curd (locally called "Taho") manoeuvres his vehicle in floodwaters in Las...
Manila, Philippines
A vendor selling soya bean curd (locally called "Taho") manoeuvres his vehicle in floodwaters in Las...
A vendor selling soya bean curd (locally called "Taho") manoeuvres his vehicle in floodwaters in Las Pinas, Metro Manila as a storm sweeps across the main Luzon island, Philippines, September 12, 2017. REUTERS/Erik De Castro
INDONESIA-ECONOMY/RETAIL
RTR4SQ86
March 10, 2015
A worker cuts a slab of tofu into blocks at a tofu factory in Jakarta, March 10, 2015. Indonesia's annual...
Jakarta, Indonesia
A worker cuts a slab of tofu into blocks at a tofu factory in Jakarta
A worker cuts a slab of tofu into blocks at a tofu factory in Jakarta, March 10, 2015. Indonesia's annual retail sales in January grew at a much faster pace of 10.4 percent bolstered by information and communication equipment as well as food, beverage and tobacco, a Bank Indonesia survey showed on Tuesday. REUTERS/Beawiharta (INDONESIA - Tags: FOOD BUSINESS EMPLOYMENT)
INDONESIA-ECONOMY/RETAIL
RTR4SQ7W
March 10, 2015
A worker carries a tray of tofu at a tofu factory in Jakarta, March 10, 2015. Indonesia's annual retail...
Jakarta, Indonesia
A worker carries a tray of tofu at a tofu factory in Jakarta
A worker carries a tray of tofu at a tofu factory in Jakarta, March 10, 2015. Indonesia's annual retail sales in January grew at a much faster pace of 10.4 percent bolstered by information and communication equipment as well as food, beverage and tobacco, a Bank Indonesia survey showed on Tuesday. REUTERS/Beawiharta (INDONESIA - Tags: BUSINESS EMPLOYMENT FOOD)
INDONESIA-ECONOMY/PRESIDENT
RTX12SYT
August 22, 2013
A worker cooks soybeans at a tofu factory in Jakarta August 22, 2013. Indonesia's President Susilo Bambang...
Jakarta, Indonesia
A worker cooks soybeans at a tofu factory in Jakarta
A worker cooks soybeans at a tofu factory in Jakarta August 22, 2013. Indonesia's President Susilo Bambang Yudhoyono said the government would announce an economic policy package on August 23, 2013, including measures to combat growing inflation and job losses in Southeast Asia's largest economy. REUTERS/Beawiharta (INDONESIA - Tags: BUSINESS FOOD EMPLOYMENT TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY)
TAIWAN-TOFU/
RTX12AQN
August 05, 2013
Stinky tofu is seen fried at the Jiaziyuan Restaurant in New Taipei city July 25, 2013. The smellier,...
NEW TAIPEI CITY, Taiwan
Stinky tofu is seen fried at the Jiaziyuan Restaurant in New Taipei city
Stinky tofu is seen fried at the Jiaziyuan Restaurant in New Taipei city July 25, 2013. The smellier, the better. That's the rule in Taiwan for stinky tofu, a popular fermented snack that assaults the nose but pleases the palate. Picture taken July 25, 2013. REUTERS/Pichi Chuang (TAIWAN - Tags: SOCIETY FOOD)
INDONESIA-ECONOMY/INFLATION
RTX125L3
July 31, 2013
A worker carries tofu at a tofu factory in Jakarta July 31, 2013. Indonesia's annual inflation is expected...
Jakarta, Indonesia
A worker carries tofu at a tofu factory in Jakarta
A worker carries tofu at a tofu factory in Jakarta July 31, 2013. Indonesia's annual inflation is expected to rise above 8 percent in 2013, exceeding a target of 7.2 percent to 7.8 percent, deputy central bank governor Perry Warjiyo said on Tuesday. Inflation has already climbed to 8.18 percent in July, according to the central bank governor earlier. REUTERS/Beawiharta (INDONESIA - Tags: FOOD BUSINESS)
INDONESIA-SOYBEAN/DUTY
RTR35AE3
July 25, 2012
A worker bends down in an empty tofu factory during a protest in Jakarta July 25, 2012. Producers of...
Jakarta, Indonesia
A worker bends down in an empty tofu factory during a protest in Jakarta
A worker bends down in an empty tofu factory during a protest in Jakarta July 25, 2012. Producers of tofu and tempe are on a three-day strike starting Wednesday to protest against rising soybean prices. Indonesians on Wednesday can hardly find tempe, or fermented soybean cake, in the markets as the prices of soybean, the main ingredient in the traditional food, has increased to an unprecedented level, Antara news agency reported. REUTERS/Supri (INDONESIA - Tags: BUSINESS FOOD)
INDONESIA-SOYBEAN/DUTY
RTR35ADY
July 25, 2012
Workers walk in an empty tofu factory during a protest in Jakarta July 25, 2012. Producers of tofu and...
Jakarta, Indonesia
A tofu industry is seen empty due on a strike in Jakarta
Workers walk in an empty tofu factory during a protest in Jakarta July 25, 2012. Producers of tofu and tempe are on a three-day strike starting Wednesday to protest against rising soybean prices. Indonesians on Wednesday can hardly find tempe, or fermented soybean cake, in the markets as the prices of soybean, the main ingredient in the traditional food, has increased to an unprecedented level, Antara news agency reported. REUTERS/Supri (INDONESIA - Tags: BUSINESS FOOD)
KOREA-BLOGGER/
RTXE6BF
April 20, 2009
Kim Choon-hwa (2nd L), mother of Park Dae-sung (C), gives bean curd to her son as a good luck token to...
Uiwang, South Korea
Mother of Park gives bean curd to her son after his release in Uiwang
Kim Choon-hwa (2nd L), mother of Park Dae-sung (C), gives bean curd to her son as a good luck token to stay away from jail as Park's father Park Ki-joon (L) watches after Park was released in front of the Seoul Detention Centre in Uiwang, south of Seoul, April 20, 2009. A South Korean court acquitted the blogger on Monday of spreading false information, in a case that triggered debate about freedom of speech in cyberspace and critics said was only launched because his economic doom postings angered authorities. Defendant Park, who went by the pseudonym "Minerva" after the Greek goddess of wisdom became a household name last year for his predictions of sharp falls in the won and the local stock market and the collapse of U.S. investment bank Lehman Brothers. REUTERS/Lee Jae-Won (SOUTH KOREA CONFLICT SOCIETY BUSINESS)
KOREA-BLOGGER/
RTXE6BB
April 20, 2009
Kim Choon-hwa (L), mother of Park Dae-sung (C), gives bean curd to her son as a good luck token to stay...
Uiwang, South Korea
Mother of Park gives bean curd to her son after his release in Uiwang
Kim Choon-hwa (L), mother of Park Dae-sung (C), gives bean curd to her son as a good luck token to stay away from jail after Park was released in front of the Seoul Detention Centre in Uiwang, south of Seoul, April 20, 2009. A South Korean court acquitted the blogger on Monday of spreading false information, in a case that triggered debate about freedom of speech in cyberspace and critics said was only launched because his economic doom postings angered authorities. Defendant Park, who went by the pseudonym "Minerva" after the Greek goddess of wisdom became a household name last year for his predictions of sharp falls in the won and the local stock market and the collapse of U.S. investment bank Lehman Brothers. REUTERS/Lee Jae-Won (SOUTH KOREA CONFLICT SOCIETY BUSINESS)
SOYBEAN-INDONESIA/
RTR1WNQ8
February 04, 2008
A worker prepares soybean porridge to make tofu in workshop at a home in Jakarta January 18, 2008. Indonesia's...
Jakarta, Indonesia
To match feature SOYBEAN-INDONESIA/
A worker prepares soybean porridge to make tofu in workshop at a home in Jakarta January 18, 2008. Indonesia's traditional soybean cake, known as tempeh, is a source of livelihood for millions of people, many of whom are now struggling to cope with spiralling soybean prices. The price of imported soybeans has more than doubled to 7,600 rupiah a kg from a year ago, driven by concerns about dwindling U.S. stockpiles and fears that dry weather could reduce soybean output in Argentina, the world's third-biggest soy producer. Picture taken January 18. To match feature SOYBEAN-INDONESIA/ REUTERS/Enny Nuraheni (INDONESIA)
SOYBEAN-INDONESIA/
RTR1WNNP
February 04, 2008
A worker cuts tofu before sending it to the market in a workshop in a home in Jakarta January 18, 2008....
Jakarta, Indonesia
To match feature SOYBEAN-INDONESIA/
A worker cuts tofu before sending it to the market in a workshop in a home in Jakarta January 18, 2008. Indonesia's traditional soybean cake, known as tempeh, is a source of livelihood for millions of people, many of whom are now struggling to cope with spiralling soybean prices. The price of imported soybeans has more than doubled to 7,600 rupiah a kg from a year ago, driven by concerns about dwindling U.S. stockpiles and fears that dry weather could reduce soybean output in Argentina, the world's third-biggest soy producer. Picture taken January 18. To match feature SOYBEAN-INDONESIA/ REUTERS/Enny Nuraheni (INDONESIA)
SOYBEAN-INDONESIA/
RTR1WNNJ
February 04, 2008
A worker prepares soybean porridge to make tofu in a Jakarta home industry January 18, 2008. Indonesia's...
Jakarta, Indonesia
To match feature SOYBEAN-INDONESIA/
A worker prepares soybean porridge to make tofu in a Jakarta home industry January 18, 2008. Indonesia's traditional soybean cake, known as tempeh, is a source of livelihood for millions of people, many of whom are now struggling to cope with spiralling soybean prices. The price of imported soybeans has more than doubled to 7,600 rupiah a kg from a year ago, driven by concerns about dwindling U.S. stockpiles and fears that dry weather could reduce soybean output in Argentina, the world's third-biggest soy producer. Picture taken January 18. To match feature SOYBEAN-INDONESIA/ REUTERS/Enny Nuraheni (INDONESIA)
SOYBEAN-INDONESIA/
RTR1WNNF
February 04, 2008
A worker prepares soybean porridge to make tofu in a workshop at a home in Jakarta January 18, 2008....
Jakarta, Indonesia
To match feature SOYBEAN-INDONESIA
A worker prepares soybean porridge to make tofu in a workshop at a home in Jakarta January 18, 2008. Indonesia's traditional soybean cake, known as tempeh, is a source of livelihood for millions of people, many of whom are now struggling to cope with spiralling soybean prices. The price of imported soybeans has more than doubled to 7,600 rupiah a kg from a year ago, driven by concerns about dwindling U.S. stockpiles and fears that dry weather could reduce soybean output in Argentina, the world's third-biggest soy producer. Picture taken January 18. To match feature SOYBEAN-INDONESIA/ REUTERS/Enny Nuraheni (INDONESIA)
SOYBEAN-INDONESIA/
RTR1WNNA
February 04, 2008
A worker prepares soybean to be milled to make tofu in a workshop in a home in Jakarta January 18, 2008....
Jakarta, Indonesia
To match feature SOYBEAN-INDONESIA/
A worker prepares soybean to be milled to make tofu in a workshop in a home in Jakarta January 18, 2008. Indonesia's traditional soybean cake, known as tempeh, is a source of livelihood for millions of people, many of whom are now struggling to cope with spiralling soybean prices. The price of imported soybeans has more than doubled to 7,600 rupiah a kg from a year ago, driven by concerns about dwindling U.S. stockpiles and fears that dry weather could reduce soybean output in Argentina, the world's third-biggest soy producer. Picture taken January 18. To match feature SOYBEAN-INDONESIA/ REUTERS/Enny Nuraheni (INDONESIA)
SOYBEAN-INDONESIA/
RTR1WNN7
February 04, 2008
Tempe undergoes fermentation in a workshop in a home in Jakarta January 18, 2008. Indonesia's traditional...
Jakarta, Indonesia
To match feature SOYBEAN-INDONESIA/
Tempe undergoes fermentation in a workshop in a home in Jakarta January 18, 2008. Indonesia's traditional soybean cake, known as tempeh, is a source of livelihood for millions of people, many of whom are now struggling to cope with spiralling soybean prices. The price of imported soybeans has more than doubled to 7,600 rupiah a kg from a year ago, driven by concerns about dwindling U.S. stockpiles and fears that dry weather could reduce soybean output in Argentina, the world's third-biggest soy producer. Picture taken January 18. To match feature SOYBEAN-INDONESIA/ REUTERS/Enny Nuraheni (INDONESIA)
SOYBEAN-INDONESIA/
RTR1WNMZ
February 04, 2008
A worker prepares soybean in a process to make tempe in a workshop in a home in Jakarta January 18, 2008....
Jakarta, Indonesia
To match feature SOYBEAN-INDONESIA/
A worker prepares soybean in a process to make tempe in a workshop in a home in Jakarta January 18, 2008. Indonesia's traditional soybean cake, known as tempeh, is a source of livelihood for millions of people, many of whom are now struggling to cope with spiralling soybean prices. The price of imported soybeans has more than doubled to 7,600 rupiah a kg from a year ago, driven by concerns about dwindling U.S. stockpiles and fears that dry weather could reduce soybean output in Argentina, the world's third-biggest soy producer. Pictures taken January 18. To match feature SOYBEAN-INDONESIA/ REUTERS/Enny Nuraheni (INDONESIA)
SOYBEAN-INDONESIA/
RTR1WNMS
February 04, 2008
A worker prepares soybean to be fermented to make tempeh at a workshop in a home in Jakarta January 18,...
Jakarta, Indonesia
To match feature SOYBEAN-INDONESIA/
A worker prepares soybean to be fermented to make tempeh at a workshop in a home in Jakarta January 18, 2008. Indonesia's traditional soybean cake, known as tempeh, is a source of livelihood for millions of people, many of whom are now struggling to cope with spiralling soybean prices. The price of imported soybeans has more than doubled to 7,600 rupiah a kg from a year ago, driven by concerns about dwindling U.S. stockpiles and fears that dry weather could reduce soybean output in Argentina, the world's third-biggest soy producer. Picture taken January 18. To match feature SOYBEAN-INDONESIA/ REUTERS/Enny Nuraheni (INDONESIA)
FOOD/
RTR1UK5X
October 04, 2007
Tofu is displayed in a supermarket in Santa Monica, California October 3, 2007. REUTERS/Lucy Nicholson...
Santa Monica, UNITED STATES
Tofu is displayed in a supermarket in Santa Monica
Tofu is displayed in a supermarket in Santa Monica, California October 3, 2007. REUTERS/Lucy Nicholson (UNITED STATES)
FOOD/
RTR1UK5V
October 04, 2007
Tofu is displayed in a supermarket in Santa Monica, California October 3, 2007. REUTERS/Lucy Nicholson...
Santa Monica, UNITED STATES
Tofu is displayed in a supermarket in Santa Monica
Tofu is displayed in a supermarket in Santa Monica, California October 3, 2007. REUTERS/Lucy Nicholson (UNITED STATES)
HONGKONG-HERITAGE/
RTR1TO2R
September 10, 2007
Soy sauce (top) and fermented bean curd (bottom) are displayed inside the 130-year-old Wing Woo grocery,...
Hong Kong, China
To match feature HONGKONG-HERITAGE/
Soy sauce (top) and fermented bean curd (bottom) are displayed inside the 130-year-old Wing Woo grocery, a short hop from the gleaming financial towers at Hong Kong's financial Central district September 7, 2007. The shop stands to be demolished in a controversial HK$487 million redevelopment that rip the heart out of one of Hong Kong's oldest neighbourhoods. With Hong Kong marking its tenth anniversary since returning from British to Chinese rule, observers say the city's growing civil activism -- of which heritage preservation has become a part -- is tied to a greater sense of belonging and a desire to preserve the city's cultural roots and unique identity. Picture taken September 7, 2007. To match feature HONGKONG-HERITAGE/ REUTERS/Bobby Yip (CHINA)
LIFE JAPAN SLOW
RTRPHU3
June 14, 2003
Slow Food International Vice President Giacomo Mojoli (R) and other
members of the movement relish Buddhist...
Kyoto, Japan
TO ACCOMPANY STORY LIFE-JAPAN-SLOW.
Slow Food International Vice President Giacomo Mojoli (R) and other
members of the movement relish Buddhist recipes such as vegetables
stewed in red bean miso soup and fresh bean curd at a temple in the
outskirts of Kyoto June 14, 2003. The non-profit Slow Food movement is
calling to restore Japan's gastronomic tradition and is gaining
support, and organisers predict more will soon rally to their cause of
putting more time and effort into eating - and producing - good food.
Photo taken June 14. TO ACCOMPANY STORY LIFE-JAPAN-SLOW REUTERS/Ritsuko
Ando

IK/FA
FOOD HONGKONG
RTR3XKK
May 09, 2000
FOR RELEASE WITH STORY BC-FOOD-HONGKONG - A shopowner of "smelly tofu", or deepfried fermented bean curd,...
Hong Kong, China - Peoples Republic of
SHOP OWNER MR. MO DISPLAYS SMELLY TOFU IN HONG KONG.
FOR RELEASE WITH STORY BC-FOOD-HONGKONG - A shopowner of "smelly tofu", or deepfried fermented bean curd, displays a piece of this pungent, unforgettable little snack that has been part and parcel of Chinese communities for a very, very long time. The territory's Environmental Protection Department served a summons last October to one of the smelly tofu shopowners in crowded Mongkok district to "reduce or abate objectionable odours".

BY/PB
HONG KONG
RTXJNYA
May 08, 2000
A shopowner of "smelly tofu", or deepfried fermented bean curd, displays a piece of this pungent, unforgettable...
Hong Kong, China
A shopowner of "smelly tofu", or deepfried fermented bean curd, displays a piece of this pungent, un.....
A shopowner of "smelly tofu", or deepfried fermented bean curd, displays a piece of this pungent, unforgettable little snack that has been part and parcel of Chinese communities for a very, very long time. The territory's Environmental Protection Department served a summons last October to one of the smelly tofu shopowners in crowded Mongkok district to "reduce or abate objectionable odours". Picture taken 5MAY00
RTRU2AD
March 22, 1998
Indonesian women prepare tofu or bean curd, popular among lower-income people, in south Jakarta March...
Indonesia
INDONESIA WOMEN PREPARE TOFU IN JAKARTA
Indonesian women prepare tofu or bean curd, popular among lower-income people, in south Jakarta March 22. Many such tofu factories are going out of business because of the prohibitive cost of raw material.

INDONESIA
RTR4HQS
June 17, 1997
A Chinese Yao minority woman makes beancurd the traditional way in her house in Longsheng District, in...
China
CHINESE MINORITY YAO WOMAN MAKES BEAN CURD IN LONGSHENG
A Chinese Yao minority woman makes beancurd the traditional way in her house in Longsheng District, in the southwest China province of Guangxi. The woman makes 50 blocks of beancurd each day for sale at 50 fen ($0.06). She sells out every day, she said, with tourists being big buyers of her beancurd. Picture taken on June 15.

CHINA MINORITY
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