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Review|Din Tai Fung [Tsimshatsui, Hong Kong]

Thanks to my good friend Wesley for the tip about this great restaurant.

Located at:
Shop 130, 3F Silvercord, 30 Canton Road
Tsimshatsui, Kowloon, Hong Kong SAR

web: Din Tai Fung

I really enjoyed the porkchop with noodle soup the meat was tender and not tough. The noodles firm and the soup savory.

The main thing you should try is the Xiao Long Bao... The skin was not thick and the meat and soup was hot so be careful.

The Siu Mai is great too!

The Yang Chow Fried Rice had generous helpings of fresh shrimp... which is divine!

Over all this was a great dining experience. If you have time be sure to drop by and eat your fill of xiao long bao :D


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I just wanted to share some stuff I learned over at xda-dev's forum today.
Anyway as the title states this is about today themes and Orientation Aware Backgrounds. It's really quite simple
All you need is 2 images [3 if you want to change the Start Menu image as well] of the proper resolution.
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tdywater_240_320.gif [Portrait Image] = 240 x 320 image
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tdywater_480_640.gif [Portrait Image] = 480 x 640 image
stwater [Start Menu Image] = 399 x 586 image
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