Bing is a traditional Chinese unleavened flatbread that comes in both sweet and savory variants. It is similar to roti or paratha and comes in flattened shapes with many layers. Bing is a casual food that is usually eaten for lunch but it is incorporated into formal meals. Peking duck and moo shu pork and commonly stuffed in bing and eaten as an appetizer.
Shao bing, also called huoshao is a layered flatbread from Northern China topped with sesame seeds.
Tsung yu bing is layered with fragrant scallions and oil.