Once upon the times, the performances of Chinese opera, echoing the alluring fascination of ancient China, were a popular part during the most important annual temple festivals.
Heavily made-up, elaborately clad performers strut and rant in lilting tones on gaudy, makeshift stages erected in the stage in front of the temple attracted large crowds.
It’s fun; people were drawn to this type of Chinese opera. Food stalls were set up and Chinese meat fillet roll was one of the typical attractions.
The traditional way is to roll the meat mixture in bean curd sheets. The typical ingredients include meat, vegetable and then deep fried. It's very delicious and tasty.