Breakfast in Guangzhou, day 2. 

Breakfast is a simple meal out here, unless you manage to wake up for an all-out dim sum feast, likely lasting well into lunchtime. In this case, we had the straight-to-the-point ‘Powder tea’, featuring a ground up melange of different fruits and nuts mixed into hot water. The second picture shows the ingredients: goji berry (called wolf berry out here), black sesame, red bean, oats, apple, date, some unidentifiable vegetable known in Chinese as huaishan, and walnut.

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