Yam Chah is another name for "Dim Sum", a typical Cantonese food of small snacks cooked in bamboo steamers. In Hong Kong, Yam Chah is available all the time and is generally the meal when family members and friends meet over for tea or snacks on weekends and other important occassions.

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