The dumpling diner was bright, clean and cute. With the overhead menu written in Chinese Mandarin script, ordering could be a problem. It’s easy, though, to point at an item and hope for the best. For about 38 yuan ($6), you can try a nice assortment of meat, fish and vegetable dumplings. Wrapped in the white dough, the assortments were simply delicious.
While waiting for our food, my friends and I watched the workers in the kitchen make the new batches of dumplings. They joked and laughed with each other as they worked on the other side of a window separating the kitchen from the dining area. Read more about my trip to China at "Inside the Modern Dragon."
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