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Liquid sugar painting of a Chinese candy dragon

Now here’s some candy-making skill! Watch this candy dragon get drawn on marble with what appears to be melted liquid caramel or sugar. Despite the many videos found online of this art, the caption of this video (and comments below it) have suggested that it’s sadly a skill fading from the culture…

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