n.— «Wealthy taitais, the fashionably dressed wives of powerful men, take breaks from their shopping marathons and spa visits to try costly varieties of tea and nibble the occasional har gau, a shrimp dumpling, or kwun tong gau, a shark’s fin dumpling in a rich broth.» —“Dim sum is bad? Hong Kong bites back” by Keith Bradsher in Hong Kong International Herald Tribune (Paris, France) Apr. 28, 2005. (source: Double-Tongued Dictionary)

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