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What vegetarians can eat in China?

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This question is for anyone who has widely traveled or lived in China. We are 3 persons traveling to China and Hongkong for about 20 days. Our itinerary is as follows.
3.11.11 : Fly to Kuala Lumpur from Kolkata
5.11.11 : Fly to Tianjin from KL and then stay in Beijing till 9th Nov.
9.11.11 : Travel by train to Shanghai
13.11.11: Travel by train to Hangzhou
14.11.11: Travel by train to Shenzhen, and then to Hongkong
17.11.11: Fly back to KL from Shenzhen and then to India.
We do not eat any meat, seafood or eggs in any form. But we eat milk products, cheese etc. Being Indian, we are used to eat food with spices.
I know it would be difficult in China but would appreciate your comments, suggestions, names of the veg recipes, and a text in Chienese language which would help us to explain the same in the restaurants.

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