"Goubuli" steamed bun is not only Tianjin, but also a national famous traditional snack. Talking about its origin, it can also be traced back to the Tongzhi period of Qing Dynasty more than a hundred years ago, when a 14-year-old boy named noble Youyou came to Tianjin from his hometown in Yangcun, Wuqing County, and became a boy in Lius steamer shop. This shop specializes in steamed food and meat bags. Most of its customers are boatmen, trackers and vendors who work in and out of the Canal Wharf. Noble in the shop specializing in making steamed buns, because he was very young personality, his parents gave him a nickname "dog ignore". The steamed buns made by other people are delicious and sell very fast, and they are praised by people. When he was sixteen or seven years old, he opened a steamed bun shop nearby with his accumulated money. People used to shout his nickname "Goubuli". Over time, he called his steamed buns "Goubuli". Noble has a good skill in making steamed buns. He was the first person in Tianjin to make stuffing with bone soup and steamed buns with rice hairs. Therefore, he is neat in size, soft in color and white in face. He bites the flowing oil, fat but not greasy, and tastes delicious. When he was in his twenties, he was shy of using nicknames as shop names and changed them to "Deju". But people still like to call him "dog ignores". At that time, Empress Dowager Cixi ate the "Goubuli" steamed bun sent by Yuan Shikai and sent a special person to Tianjin to buy it. Since then, the reputation of "Goubuli" steamed buns has become even greater. "Goubuli" steamed bun shop has a history of more than one hundred years, and the business is more and more prosperous as it expands. They have also received a number of foreign tourists. When Prince Sihanouk arrived in Tianjin, he also invited the cook of the "Goubuli" steamed bun shop to his residence to make "Goubuli" steamed buns for him. He also ate porridge and pickles according to the traditional way of eating in this steamed bun shop. When President Bush was the former director of the Liaison Office in China, he also visited Tianjin to taste "Goubuli" steamed buns. Therefore, the Tianjin proverb says, "If you dont have a taste ofGoubulisteamed buns in Tianjin, youve never been to Tianjin."