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Thursday, January 27, 2005


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Some of the yummy fruits/berries I've tried during my trip to China.  The brownish ones are fresh red dates.  Very sweet and crunchy like green apples.  Normally used in its dried forms in Herbal soups or Chinese desserts (Tong Sui).


As for the yellow berries, its called "Hua Ku Liang" literary meaning Flower Maiden. Nice and sweet smelling.


I've got long fingers no? :P

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