Travel Tuesday: Sunday Dim Sum

#TravelTuesday : Travel through pictures.

Dim Sum Sundays

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Dim sum brings people together.  Dim sum are small shared dishes (think Chinese version of Tapas) which originated to accompany tea stops along the Silk road.  Since then, it has evolved to be the main dish and range from dumplings, buns, wraps and noodle rolls normally filled with fresh seafood, meat or vegetables.  Dim Sum is a very popular weekend ritual, particularly in Hong Kong for family and friends to get together.

This photo was taken a few Sundays ago, at a brunch our friend Yoyo put together.  Sean and I sat around a table of friends from all over the world: we had 6 countries represented at a table of 8.  We talked about upcoming travels, and how Time Out HK stopped publishing, touched on politics, and the half-marathon Io & Loris had ran that same morning.  It’s tough to find a better way to spend a Sunday.


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