**Hong Kong Food Culture**
No visitor can leave Hong Kong without first going for some dim sum—the city’s unofficial pastime. Interwoven into every Hongkongers’ DNA, you’ll see restaurants packed from morning right through ‘til teatime with big groups sat at large round tables for yum cha (this term, meaning “to drink tea,” is interchangeable with dim sum). Although this age-old tradition is most closely associated with the people of Guangdong, the culture of the noisy teahouse—think fluttering birds in cages, trolleys stacked with steaming bamboo boxes—is firmly rooted in Hong Kong’s heritage.
For something more adventurous and that will immerse you in the Hong Kong of old, try the classic teahouse. Although this is an institution in the city, it’s very rarely frequented by foreigners and so you’ll really get a feel for how it’s done. Worm your way to a seat, hail the waitstaff and admire the antique bird cages hanging from the ceiling as you choose your selection from a trolley.
BOX IN DETAIL
Material: EPS board.
Feature a striking design.
Exhibit exquisite details.
Pre-cut for easy assembling.
Fitted with LED lightings.
1 piece of 3D sticker and 1 small accessory.
Require no tool and glue.
Bring back fond old memories.
Make a great decoration.
Perfect for puzzle fans or people have Hong Kong heritage.
Detailed picture instructions included.
Battery: 1 piece of 9V battery. (not included)
Box Size: 340 x 216 x 20mm