Dear Grace, This has nothing to do with this post, but I couldn't figure out a better way to get in touch with a quick question. I am reading Dim Sum for Everyone to my preschool class, and I cannot figure out what the Chinese name for the fried shrimp that the father wants is. At the end of the book, I see that it is written "tsi ma ha," but since it is not in pinyin and I don't speak Cantonese, I don't know what it is. Is it sesame shrimp, "zi ma xia"? I have also not seen this before at dim sum.
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