You need to try Henan's breakfast hot pepper soup, very delicious! Welcome to Henan!
One of the reasons I can get up early every day is Chinese breakfast.
I'm going to China in September for the year and I'm so excited to try all the different foods! Thanks for the video
Actually,Steamed Vermicelli Roll in different parts of Guangdong is also different.
Dim Sum is the best Chinese breakfast in the world!!!
Now I'm so hungry🤪. I love the Chinese food and your great videos🌻. Greetings from Alex from Germany🙋🏻♂️☀️
what? the video was posted 48 seconds ago and someone beat me to it?!
even in the same province of Zhejiang there are people into salty and others like sweet doufu nao lol
Ahh I cannot wait to experience these dishes...
A Fun Guy Named Kawhi
You should do a comparison of Chinese and the American KFC. I think KFC adapted very well to the Chinese market and it's doing a great business. It's my go to place for breakfast whenever I go to China.
If you just hold your breath and chug down Douzhi it’s actually not bad
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Baozi are my favourite breakfast in China and I already did a video about how I REALLY love those beautiful Baozi, hahaha! 🌹🌹🌹
for ur safety, don’t pick a side when chinese ask u if u eat tofu brain sweet or salty
Ha-ha... I'm from Shenzhen, Chang Fen is my favorite breakfast although I now live in Germany who claims to have the best bread in the world. And my friend lives in Australia always complains about why there is so few properly made Chinese breakfast in Sydney since there are so many Chinese immigrants there, esp. Cantonese 🤣🤣
Super cool! It’s interesting to see how one country can have completely different breakfast preferences based on where you are in the country. I like salty, savory foods, so I bet I would like breakfast in the north. Those dumpliiiiiings— yum!
you have a good appetite! I am mouthwatering now, so envy you
Going back to China next week, can’t wait!
I'm watching this video with an empty stomach. What a HUGE mistake!!!(Ｔ▽Ｔ)
Great, now I'm hungry.
what does a pillow taste like?
Shenzhen, a people friendly place.
wtf why am I watching this after I woke up in the UK.....
god damn I wanna be back In china now
Thank you for uploading this video!! I missed my home!
Chang Fen is delicious, I actually found a few places in NYC that tried to imitate it but it just doesn't taste nowhere as good
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I love dou jiang
Can't wait till you get your hands on stinky tofu.
Almost similiar to malaysia chinese's breakfast
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Lol Chinese people do the same than the Frenchs..we dip our toasts/cookies into our beverage.
I am gonna try Changfen when i visit China. I saw your video coverage of Yunnan. How was the breakfast over there ?
It's so interesting to hear a southerner say sweet foods are cooling, when in Sichuan province the argument is that eating spicy food is cooling cause you sweat so much!
Changfen is like eating a pillow...I am going to try it when I lying on my bed tonight!
I saw another video that Chinese eat dogs. Is that true?
So how do u maintain the slim body despite all these "sinful" foods
China is so large that difference of breakfast in various regions are almost like the difference between EU and Asia. So it is hard to say what is Chinese breakfast
it was fun to see foreign trying Chinese food, I have a friend from Texas, he said he will never ever eat duck. And when we take him to a Chinese restaurant,
he was the one who ate the most Peking ducks, We ate 3 ducks. poor duck.
changfen is so hard to find in Sydney， love it to death 😍
Chinese breakfast is not nutritious.
I know dim sum has to be popular for breakfast in China because the dim sum place by my house is INSANE on the weekends. We went on Thanksgiving and I think we waited over an hour.
I want to try that rice flour egg thing though. That looks dope.
I am from Taiwan. When I was a kid long time ago, I read about douzhi'er written by people who grew up in Beijing. To be honest, I liked it the first time I tasted it. Now I would have douzhi'er at least once for breakfast whenever I visit Beijing.