Back to normal: It's all hustle, bustle in Hohhot



A resident has some shaomai for breakfast at a restaurant in Hohhot, capital city of North China's Inner Mongolia autonomous region, Dec 9. With China's latest COVID-19 measures implemented, all of the restaurants and canteens in Hohhot city have resumed business, starting Dec 8. [Photo/IC]


Residents have some shaomai for breakfast in Hohhot city, Dec 9. Shaomai, also known as shumai, is a kind of traditional Chinese dumpling which originated from Inner Mongolia autonomous region in the latter years of the Ming Dynasty (1368-1644). Shumai has since been introduced to all provinces and regions in China. [Photo/IC]


Restaurant staff members make Hohhot shaomai, Dec 9. Differing from shaomai in other regions of China that contain pork mince, Hohhot shaomai mainly consists of chopped or minced mutton, green Chinese onion and ginger. [Photo/IC]


A restaurant staff member serves Hohhot shaomai, Dec 9. [Photo/IC]