Compulsory on the dinner table for the reunion meal at the Chinese New Year’s Eve for the Hakka people is “Long Years Vegetable” also called “Fucai”. “Fucai” is made with fresh mustard greens. The procedure involves mixing salt into the mustard greens, kneading the mixture to soften and destroy the fiber, then draining the water with heavy weights before the dry treatment and packing it in the urn. Long sticks are used to make sure the vegetable is tightly packed with no air in the urn, which is then placed upside down for a while. Once completed fermented, it will be the most traditional and delicious Hakka “Vegetable in an Urn” a.k.a. Fucai.