Food

Deck your phone with these nostalgic Chinese snack wallpapers

Feb 05, 2019

We’ve got just the treat to start your lunar new year right.

Sweeten up your phone, WhatsApp, KakaoTalk, and whatever chat app you use with our wallpapers inspired by some of your favorite Chinese snacks.

Designed by San Francisco-based illustrator Susan Lau, these backgrounds pay homage to Vitasoy, haw flakes, White Rabbit, and more.

Just hold down on an image to save it to your phone and bask in childhood nostalgia.

White Rabbit—remember, the rice paper wrapper is edible!
White Rabbit—remember, the rice paper wrapper is edible!

Here's the direct link to the image, if you're having problems saving it from this page.

 

(Watch: Inside the White Rabbit candy factory)

 

Ice Gems—best eaten together or separated?
Ice Gems—best eaten together or separated?

Here's the direct link to the image, if you're having problems saving it from this page.

In Cantonese, they're also known as 肚脐饼 (tou ci beng), or "belly button biscuits."
In Cantonese, they're also known as 肚脐饼 (tou ci beng), or "belly button biscuits."

Here's the direct link to the image, if you're having problems saving it from this page.

Vitasoy—not quite a snack, but still sweet!
Vitasoy—not quite a snack, but still sweet!

Here's the direct link to the image, if you're having problems saving it from this page.

 

(Read more: A brief history of Vitasoy)

 

Bin Bin Rice Crackers—better than saltines.
Bin Bin Rice Crackers—better than saltines.

Here's the direct link to the image, if you're having problems saving it from this page.

Haw Flakes—some Chinese believe they have digestive qualities.
Haw Flakes—some Chinese believe they have digestive qualities.

Here's the direct link to the image, if you're having problems saving it from this page.

 

Want more? Let us know what snack you would like to see illustrated next!

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