Found more information on how WeChat works, but I’m not sure if we’ll ever get to the dumpling buying stage. WeChat has a feature called Official Accounts and Subscription Accounts which enables people to sign up to follow for announcements by these accounts. These accounts are used by businesses to make occasional announcements to their follower/subscribers. I clicked on the search function in WeChat, then chose Official Accounts and inserted the search term “dumpling”. Immediately I noticed an issue with doing this kind of search. First of all, most of the accounts pulled up had their descriptions in Chinese. Not knowing Chinese, I don’t know if the account is for a business than sells dumplings, or perhaps is the account for somebody who likes dumplings or perhaps is nicknamed dumpling. Also these accounts are worldwide. Yes, Dumpling King did show up with an English language description, which revealed they sell dumplings in the U.K. When you pull up one of these accounts you have the option of following them. That generates an automatic “thank you for following me” message from the account. But in most cases it’s a message in Chinese that probably says the same thing. I did find one account with a Chinese description but a parenthetical reference to homemade dumplings in English. That’s the best prospect for now, but I have no idea if the account is based in China, the United States, or somewhere else.