Aussie dim sims date back to the 19th century, a Chinese settler from Guangdong called William Chen Wing Young introduced the snack. They became very popular with minors from Melbourne, and are nowadays often served up in fish and chip shops as takeaway, served in a plastic bag for a slightly drunk Aussie to munch on on his/her way back from the pub. Aussie dim sims differ from dim sum as they are much larger and more rustic in appearance.
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