A vendor takes steamed buns for customers at a mainland market. This and other breakfast staples are the cheaper and sometimes only option for working-class families in Haidian. Photo: Reuters A vendor takes steamed buns for customers at a mainland market. This and other breakfast staples are the cheaper and sometimes only option for working-class families in Haidian. Photo: Reuters
A vendor takes steamed buns for customers at a mainland market. This and other breakfast staples are the cheaper and sometimes only option for working-class families in Haidian. Photo: Reuters

No more cheap breakfasts? Street food hawkers banned from Beijing's Haidian district

Worries mount that crackdown on Haidian hawkers would leave lower-income families with no cheap breakfast options

A vendor takes steamed buns for customers at a mainland market. This and other breakfast staples are the cheaper and sometimes only option for working-class families in Haidian. Photo: Reuters A vendor takes steamed buns for customers at a mainland market. This and other breakfast staples are the cheaper and sometimes only option for working-class families in Haidian. Photo: Reuters
A vendor takes steamed buns for customers at a mainland market. This and other breakfast staples are the cheaper and sometimes only option for working-class families in Haidian. Photo: Reuters
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