The little eggs are boiled in tea leaves.
I'm not sure what the other things were, but it was all good.
Uniforms are quite popular in China.
This is a familiar sign.
He is great at barganing.
We bought several gifts for friends and family.
This is the line for dumplings at Nan Xiang. Very few people speak English in China, even the young ones. While we were waiting in line, my Sweet Husband saw someone walking by eating what looked like Tofu. He asked "is that Tofu"? Apparently that sounded like something quite funny in Chinese.
What a day!
More from our China trip soon.