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I used to love buying tong yuen (round balls of glutinous rice flour, also spelt tang yuan) in ginger broth from the vendors that popped up in Hong Kong streets as soon as the weather started to cool (which in our subtropical climate, meant dropping from 30 degrees Celsius to 25 degrees). Unfortunately, the government has pushed most of the food vendors off the street, so if you want to eat tong yuen, you will need to visit a restaurant or a Chinese dessert shop. Or make them at home.Sesame…