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Chuan (Chinese: 串, Dungan: Чўан, Pinyin: chuàn, "kebab"; Uighur: كاۋاپ, кавап, "kawap"), especially in the north-east of China referred to as chuan'r (Chinese: 串儿), are small pieces of meat roasted on skewers. Chuan originated in the Xinjiang region of China. It has been spread throughout the rest of the country, most notably in Beijing, Tianjin, Jinan and Jilin, where it is a popular street food. It is a product of the Chinese Islamic cuisine of the Uyghur people and other Chinese Muslims.
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