Hong Kong’s street food scene comes alive after dark. As the sun sets, workers stream out of offices and flock to the city’s holes-in-the-wall for a quick bite.In Tuen Mun, a suburban neighbourhood in the northwestern reaches of Hong Kong, a line forms outside Yue Lai Lao Zhu Snacks, a nondescript storefront on a busy street.Most of the people are commuters stopping by on their way home from work. They’ve come to grab a box of the store’s speciality: siu mai, a steamed dumpling made with pork,…



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