"Yee Sang" [魚生] (Google images) for lunch on "Yun Yat" [人日; "Everyone's Birthday"], today, the seventh day of the Chinese New Year 15-day celebrations.
This is a salad of various shredded raw vegetables (& a few cooked) with raw fish & add-ins, tossed w/ a plum sauce. Today I used daikon, jicama, cucumber, deep-fried turnip (died green & red), carrot, all shredded; oroblanco segments, membranes removed & flesh broken into chunks; pickled ginger; sliced pickled scallion bulbs; cilantro leaves; sliced sushi-grade raw tuna & salmon; with crushed peanuts (two kinds), toasted sesame seeds, ground white pepper, five-spice powder, deep-fried wonton skin strips, and generous freshly squeezed lime juice as the add-ins. The dressing was plum sauce w/ sesame oil, fresh lime juice, and a bit of water.
The larger disks seen alongside the fried wonton skin strips in the photo were prawn crackers & crab crackers which were kept on the side and munched along with eating the tossed salad.
I've shown previous renditions of the dish on the salad thread and touched on the possible origins of it also.
Photos of the Yee Sang all laid out, and after putting everything together and tossing.
Looks like I made an error in the list of ingredients - I used TARO, not turnip, dyed green and red then deep fried.