Cheap Street Eats
|Chinese Breakfast of Champions|
|Near the Hanting Hotel, Central Park, Shenzhen|
|A Thing on a Stick in Guilin|
The chances of a street food vendor speaking any English are less than zero, so it is time to employ some creative methods to get your message across. Try pointing, nodding, grunting and maybe even miming. You can use your fingers to indicate the number you would like, although keep in mind that the Chinese count on their fingers differently than we do in the West. Do not worry, as the vendor is likely to be more amused than annoyed at the spectacle you create. Watching a laowai (foreigner) buying and eating Chinese street food is something that the locals may find hilarious.
|Cheapie lunch in Yangshuo with Bill and Julia|
|Where is the peanut sauce?|