Dim Sum Etiquette: How To Pour Tea & Leave The Last Bite (VIDEO)

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Just because you've been eating dim sum your whole life, it doesn't mean you're any good at it.

Here to set us straight are the 626 Foodettes Kristie Hang and Clarissa Wei. Together, the queens of of the San Gabriel Valley restaurant scene have put together a video list of Dos and Don'ts to help keep you classy at your favorite Chinese dim sum restaurant.

Listen up and take notes -- especially when it comes to that crazy morse code etiquette you need to use when pouring tea. You don't want to embarrass yourself at the next dim sum get-together, do you?

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