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Sun Inn Chinese Restaurant


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  • "The Chinese Restaurant" is the eleventh episode of the sitcom Seinfelds second season on NBC, and is the show's sixteenth episode overall.
  • They specialize in Chinese cuisine which is expertly prepared by Chinese chefs
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  • The Sun Inn is a Grade II listed, National Inventory listed parlour pub in Leintwardine, Herefordshire, UKWhat's Brewing (Newspaper of the Campaign for Real Ale), December 2009.
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The Fortune Cookie Chronicles: Adventures in the World of Chinese Food
The Fortune Cookie Chronicles: Adventures in the World of Chinese Food
If you think McDonald's is the most ubiquitous restaurant experience in America, consider that there are more Chinese restaurants in America than McDonalds, Burger Kings, and Wendys combined. New York Times reporter and Chinese-American (or American-born Chinese). In her search, Jennifer 8 Lee traces the history of Chinese-American experience through the lens of the food. In a compelling blend of sociology and history, Jenny Lee exposes the indentured servitude Chinese restaurants expect from illegal immigrant chefs, investigates the relationship between Jews and Chinese food, and weaves a personal narrative about her own relationship with Chinese food. The Fortune Cookie Chronicles speaks to the immigrant experience as a whole, and the way it has shaped our country.

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Live from the Jimmy Jack Cafe in Taizhong
Live  from the Jimmy Jack Cafe in Taizhong
I am sorry I didn't get a report out yesterday, but I will try to do a quick recap. Yesterday morning began with us trying to scrounge up some breakfast. Our hotel included a free Chinese style breakfast, but my wife who had stayed there before told me that the breakfast was disgusting. Thus, we went a couple of hotels down to where we ate dinner the night before. The young waitress there seemed a little overworked with the three tables she was serving and told us we would have to wait. After about ten minutes, I suggested we go to another hotel which is supposed to be the most expensive hotel in Taiwan. I forgot the name but I have pictures of it. The walk to the hotel took about ten minutes, but it was quite pleasant. Unfortunately when we got there, a security guard told us that breakfast is only for guest on weekdays. By then I was starving abd faced only one alternative: 7-11. Luckily on the way to 7-11, we passed by a small breakfast restaurant that served the largest damned mantou I have ever eaten. We ordered two mantous with egg and two baozis all for only one hundred dollars. There will be a picture in the photo album. After we ate, we decided to try to get to the hotel where we would stay that night by boat. At first the ticket scalpers wanted twelve hundred which was ridiculous just to get to the other side of the lake. I went down about thirty minutes later and got tickets for three hundred a piece. This time it was cheeper because three lesbions wanted to go to. :-) The bad part was they were especially unattractive. :-( The boat took us around the lake which was nice. When we finally got to Dehuashe, we were surprised about how quiet that side of the island was. We liked the isolation much more and our inn was very nice and the food was great. We got a free dinner and breakfast both were aboriginal style. in fact that part of the lake seems to be run by the aboriginals. The views were better and the people much nicer. We also went to an inn that is owned by an artist. We took a lot of pictures of this inn because it was really special with all of the art, so be sure to check out the photos when the album is up. One thing that shocked us about Sun Moon Lake was the large number of mainland tourists. There were literaly hundreds of them. This morning the owner of the inn offered to drive us to the other side of the lake. Remember this alwways go with the inns over the hotels when you travel in Taiwan. They usually go out of there way to make your stay enjoyable. Anyway, Sandy asked the owner about all of the mainland tourists, and she said that they come almost every day. We were surprised that mainlanders could travel to Taiwan so easily. Another funny thing I fogot to mention was that before we went to the special artsy inn for coffee, we tried a number of other places. One was this huge wooded hotel built on the lake. We went into the restaurant and asked if we could order drinks. The waiter looked shocked and said that at that time they only serve food and not coffee. ??? Odd, usually drinks can be served at anytime. Usually the reply is I am sorry we are not serving food right now but you can order coffee. Not Vice versa. So, we took the bus back to Puli and decided to visit the Taiwan spirits museum. It was unfortunately closed at that time, so we went across the street to the Taiwan spirits market. This is the company that makes most of the beer and spirits in Taiwan including Taiwan beer. This indoor emporioum was an alcholic's heaven every thong was made out of liqour from candy to sausage. Took the bus to taizhong. We are standing in some sort of biz accomodation that is associated with the splendor hotel. My wife got a deal I think through her company. Taizhong has a lot of amazing architecture and art. We walked all the way from the botanical gardens to the art museum. It was great and we got some cool pics. Afterwards we were beat so we returned to the hotel. We jus ate at a place called Frog's Mexican food, and it sucked. It was the worst crap I thibk my wife had ever eaten. Her fajitas were really a burrito and it was cold. My enchiladas were not enchiladas but edible. I think the cook might be a foreigner because I saw some white guy come in, put on an apron and went into the kitchen. Right now my wife is getting a foot massage at a five star foot massage place. That's about all for now. i will try to get another report out manana or sunday.
No. 1 Chinese Restaurant
No. 1 Chinese Restaurant
The No. 1 Chinese Restaurant in Newport News, VA, on 3200 Jefferson Ave. This was formerly a KFC that opened in 1970.

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sun inn chinese restaurant
Sweet and Sour: Life in Chinese Family Restaurants
"Sweet and Sour" tells the history of Chinese family restaurants in the U. S. and Canada. Why did many Chinese immigrants enter this business starting around the end of the 19th century? What conditions helped Chinese succeed in these restaurants? Another goal of "Sweet and Sour" is to understand how this ethnic business impacted the lives of these families using accounts written for the book by 10 Chinese who grew up in their family restaurants in all over North America. And is there any future for this type of immigrant enterprise in the modern world of franchised and corporate-owned eateries or will it soon, like the Chinese laundry, become a relic of history?

"Sweet and Sour" tells the history of Chinese family restaurants in the U. S. and Canada. Why did many Chinese immigrants enter this business starting around the end of the 19th century? What conditions helped Chinese succeed in these restaurants? Another goal of "Sweet and Sour" is to understand how this ethnic business impacted the lives of these families using accounts written for the book by 10 Chinese who grew up in their family restaurants in all over North America. And is there any future for this type of immigrant enterprise in the modern world of franchised and corporate-owned eateries or will it soon, like the Chinese laundry, become a relic of history?

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