Shumai[- (shaomai, shui mai, shu mai, sui mai, shui mei, siu mai, shao mai, siew mai, or siomai) also called Pork Dumplings is a traditional Chinese dumpling served in dim sum. There are many regional varieties of shumai in China, such as the Huhhot version, the Cantonese version and the version from the Jiangnan region, along with many other variations in other countries.
Philippine siomai – Siomai in the Philippines is often ground pork, beef, shrimp, among others, combined with extenders like green peas, carrots and the like which is then wrapped in wonton wrappers.
In food stalls in Indonesia, siomai (or “siomay” in local dialect) are eaten together with steamed vegetables and tofu, and served with spicy peanut sauce.
In Philippine food stalls and fast food restaurants, siomai is eaten as is, with dip, toothpicks to facilitating handling, or with rice (using a spoon and fork).