Michael Tong on Shun Lee's legacy

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30's and 40's and 50's when Jews resided in New York Chinese would become a must for Jewish people. Their number one customer. Things they cannot eat shellfish, and pork at the home in those days they usually go out, especially on sunday night. For Chinese food. So Chinese food is a must for Jewish on Sunday night. Until the 60's, when Sheng Lee opens the first Sheng Lee Dynasty in 1965, until 1967 Receive a four-star rating from Craig Claiborne. I changed the whole scenery and the type of food in New York and throughout the country. Citron, Yung Chao, Chao Chung Hi become popular.
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Michael Tong on Shun Lee's legacy


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