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Dim Sum Market

The market for bonds denominated in Chinese yuan and issued internationally in Hong Kong. The dim sum market exists as part of the Chinese government's attempt to establish itself as a global, stable financial market.
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To suit the palate and appetite of every dim sum lover, the festival offers its servings as an 'all you can eat' option at an unbeatable price of BD12 per person with a menu that is available all day.
Demand for Dim Sum bonds had decreased when a shock yuan devaluation thwarted hopes that the yuan was headed higher.
Eventually, Dim Sum TV chose Amagi CLOUDPORT, a cloud-based platform that allows Dim Sum TV to run and control its broadcast operations round-the-clock, and from any remote location.
The festival is all for two months, till August 31 and is boasting 40 Dim sums menu to pick from.
After deploying Amagis CLOUDPORT solution, we went from having a cumbersome, unsophisticated playout workflow to a smooth, technically advanced operation thats much easier to control and scale, said Yau Keung Chan, Technical Director at Dim Sum.
After deploying Amagi's CLOUDPORT solution, we went from having a cumbersome, unsophisticated playout workflow to a smooth, technically advanced operation that's much easier to control and scale," said Yau Keung Chan, technical director at Dim Sum TV.
Any good dim sum chef will explain that timing is also of the utmost importance.
DIM SUM Savour the New Year flavour CHINESE New Year celebrations begin on February 8.
Today, dim sum has become so common they are sold at sidewalk stalls, mall food carts, and school canteens.
Order a pot of jasmine tea as you demolish basket after basket of delicious dim sums and end your meal with one of their well-crafted desserts.
On the facebook page for sister venue Brooklyn Mixer - also on Seel Street - they say it will serve dim sum and drinks.
RECENTLY opened Chinese restaurant and cocktail bar Chung Ying Central launched its revamped Dim Sum (Chinese tapas) menu to the city's media and business VIPs by serving up a selection of daring Oriental delicacies.