Chinese people place great emphasis on symbolism, and even snacks can have special meanings. Niu Er Biscuits, which means "holding the cow's ear," is a type of biscuit that symbolizes blessings for others. It is said to be a traditional dish of the Hakka people in Heyuan, China, and over time, each household has developed their own recipe. However, a common method is to add fermented bean curd, five spice powder, garlic, and other seasonings to the dough, and then deep fry it. The resulting thin and crispy slices resemble the shape of a cow's ear, with a savory and fragrant taste.