As we had dinner and half way done with the fish, I remembered that I should've documented how I made this dish. Anyway, here is a picture of the aftermath... on the other piece of the fish.
Seabass (1 lb)
A: Salt, black pepper, chicken powder, cooking wine (moderate amount)
B: Black beancurd sauce (~2 spoons), and chopped green onions, ginger, garlic, red chili pepper, soy sauce (~1 spoon each)
1) Clean and pat dry the fish. Rub "A" on both sides of fish. Place in plate to go into steamer pot.
2) Stir fry "B" until fragrant. Pour/spread onto fish.
3) Steam fish on high heat for 10~12 minutes.
Note: Steaming time may vary due to size and thickness of fish.
Seabass is generally ~ $13.99/lb at supermarkets such as Marina and 99 Ranch, however wait for it to go on sale for $8.99/lb. I have not seen it be lower, so $8.99/lb is the price I'd buy. Actually 1 lb is good for 2~4 people, depending on how much fish you want to consume.