Bring eight cups of water to a boil in a large saucepan over high heat. With the side of a knife, smash the Garlic (2 clove) and set aside. Peel Fresh Ginger (0.5 ounce) and set aside.
Slice two of the Scallion (4) into quarter inch thin slices. Slice the remaining green onions into three inch pieces. Set aside. Trim ends off of Green Beans (6 ounce) then slice in half on a diagonal.
In a small bowl, mix together Granulated Sugar (1 tablespoon), half of the Oyster Sauce (1/2 tablespoon), and two tablespoons of water.
Pat dry Shrimp (12) with paper towels and roughly chop. Place in a medium bowl. Add the Sesame Oil (2 teaspoon), Salt (1/4 teaspoon), a pinch of pepper, half of the quarter inch sliced green onions, and half of the Corn Starch (1 tablespoon). Mix until well combined.
Sprinkle remaining Corn Starch (1 tablespoon) on a dry work surface. Lay the Dumpling Wrappers (12) directly on the cornstarch. Scoop one teaspoon of shrimp filling on each wrapper.
Brush the edges of the dumpling wrappers with water and fold the wrappers in half. Take the corners and bring them together to make a "big hug" wrapping. Place in the fridge until ready to use.
In a medium saucepan, bring four cups of water, Chicken Base (2 package), and Salt (1/4 teaspoon) to a boil. Add the ginger and three inch green onion slices. Bring to a boil for 13 minutes. Discard the solids and then keep broth warm for plating.
Heat a medium saute pan over high heat. When hot, add one tablespoon of canola oil. Add the garlic cloves and saute for ten seconds until aromatic. Add the green beans and cook for one minute.
Add the oyster sauce sugar mixture and stir to combine. Cook for three to four minute, and keep warm for plating.
Carefully add the shrimp dumplings to the large saucepan with boiling water and cook for three minutes. You may need to do this in two batches if your pan is not wide enough.
Use a slotted spoon to remove the dumplings and evenly distribute directly into two serving bowls.
Ladle the chicken broth in two bowls over the shrimp dumplings. Garnish with remaining sliced green onions. Serve the green beans family style.