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Yummcha – In Cantonese, literally means “drink tea”.

Yummcha can mean either to drink tea or going to the tea house to have dim sum.

The act of drinking tea can be both peaceful and comforting, and having dim sum can be fun and satisfying. Hopefully my posts will be able to provide some sense of both comfort and fun in reading as well as in trying out the food.

25 thoughts on “About”

  1. Hello! Thanks for stopping by at Sugarfree Sweetheart and liking the post on Coconut Ginger Cookies! Happy Blogging! 🙂

  2. Like the idea of peaceful and comfortable with a little fun.

  3. Yum, I love to yumcha! One of my favourite things to do 🙂 Thanks for stopping by Life Is Like A Dumpling!

  4. “Drink Tea” very interesting. Glad to have learnt something in Cantonese!

  5. WhiteTrinity said:

    Hi, Thanks for visiting my blog and the like. I enjoy YummCha too! Your blog is fantastic! I must try out some of the places you posted. — Mrs. J

  6. Hi! Thank you for dropping by my blog and I guess in every chinese, yum cha serves as a special portion in our lives (: You gave really good places to visit, and hopefully when I get to visit the states, I’ll be able to go visit the places you suggested (:

  7. Thanks for stopping by my blog! I do so love food – looking forward to reading your posts about it 😉

  8. Hi Yummcha, thanks for stopping by at my blog and also for the like.
    Your posts make me hungry :). Hope that I’ll come to places you mentioned in your posts some day.

  9. Love the name of your blog!

  10. I’m a huge yumchar fan, i have been indulging ever since it arrived in Auckland City in NZ many many years ago. I love the gathering around the table with tea and good food. Nice blog, thanks for dropping by!

  11. Thank you for stopping by my blog some days ago, and the ‘Like’.
    I look forward to reading through yours as well. 🙂

  12. Hi Yummcha
    You are very elegant, love your pose of crossing leg & choice of red!

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