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Page 17 [Newspaper Page] — Southwest Chinese Journal — 1 April 1983

零螓• • SPECIALTY COOK - SZECHUAN STYLE: Two years experience on job. To prepare and cook Szechuan specialty dishes includinq preparation of carved fruit and vegetable garnishes. Must be able to prepare Draaon- Phoenix dishes for weddino parties. $6.50/hr., 40-hr. week. Contact Texas Employment Commission, Houston, Texas, Job Order No. 2878943. Ad paid by Equal Opportunity Employer. 聘請跆師:需荇兩佑纯礆,郭畏卩1•丨川菜及汜蔬之切法及配 粘於調现娇裒龍鳳个贿.每小時六元斤./仏毎週工作叫十小時• 有总者請與德州勞工介紹所澳絡• mmMm : 2 8 7 8 9 4 3 mm 迎 TAKE OUT ORDERS AVAILABLE AUTHENTIC "COUNTRY S丁 HUNAN CUISINE 1960 S. POST OAK HOUSTON, TEXAS TEL 960-8000 960-000: W tiviflfH HII tfMy M3t>fgf4KMy tty Mrio 2o2o2o2o2o2o9o2o2o2o®r°o2cSo^ogo°ogc xo^cgo^r -ogogogogcgoSogcXogogCoC 2oSoSoSoo0S0S0r0o0oco0o0oc?nrcocrf c '^-n?cSc^-rccccc0o0cco0o0o°ococ O^O^OXO —O_,o/-,or,o„t r,or,unoncr,ur>' , r'-广广..广 o^n^r "-^o ^ fi^o r'C 西湖麫廠代售 !oSoSogo^o^o^o^o^oVn^c-c^oto^cxo^oxo^oxo^cxo^o-o-cXoXc^oXc^o^c^c __特製靓麻雀檯_ < < ( ( 西南時報 西南時報 IfKIL 1983 西南時報 Southwest Chin...

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Page 18 [Newspaper Page] — Southwest Chinese Journal — 1 April 1983

CHIEF CAND 649-55S6 玩具 糖果 中 APRIL 1983 M CULLEN & POLK TEXACO SERVICE Complete Auto Repatrs Road Sen rft • Ttres & Lubrication State inspection 1^9 m Housi Mill 徐揪成 iOHNSON TSUI Houston, Texas 77023 各神名 奶公旧- 胞服作 ur nj Is nj 備,取敞押 Holly Produce Co., Inc. 2524 AIRLINE DRIVE HOUSTON, TEXAS 77009 OFFICE NUMBER - 964 7744 24 HOUR NUMBER - 861«174 WHOLESALE FRUITS AND VEGETABLES 供應中西瓜菜 HOLLY ONISHI, JR. HARVEY ONISHI 中國免稅商店營業額逐年上升 (中國新聞社上海三月八日電)近年來中 國出現的新興行業—免稅商店,發腠蛟快 ,營業額逐年上升,I九八11年比I九八一年 增長了百分之十六• 著名古文字學家容庚敎授逝世 (M新閏社廣州三月八日71)中國著名 古文字舉家、全國政協■、廣東朽政協常委 、中山大氓教授容庚,因長期患病,醫治無效 ,於九八三年三月六日上午在班州第一 1 附馬轚院逝Ht,柊年九十歲• 《茶館》將在美國用英語首 次公演 (中國新聞社北京三月十四日電)紐約消 息:中成著名劇作家老舍的名劇《茶館》•定 三月十七日至四月九日由紐約泛亞劇^在另阈 第一次用英語公演。 《茶館》是老舍最洼劇作Z1,1九五七 年在北京有演•「文革」期間老舍被迫害至死 \茶館》也曾被禁演。 .泛亞劇阐這次採用的英譯本,是由英若誠 和約翰•哈佛基伯生合譯的0 湛江至香港航線準備通航 (中國新聞社戚州三月九日m)湛江至香 港航線準備正式通航,通航前的各項摩備工作 正?11'極進行• 湛江至杏港的航線由「鼎湖」號客货輪行 駛,每星期哲定走一個航次,進出旅客11百人 •客货運 分別由航運和外貿部門安排"統一 按國際航行船泊饩理•客運碼頭、臨時用谋江 港75|作業區六、七猇碼頭•旅客檢査、候船 等場地正在修建中• 服務週到§送貨快拢 發 享利摹巴市瑀 ▼ 香港亞洲電視台在蘇州...

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Page 19 [Newspaper Page] — Southwest Chinese Journal — 1 April 1983

1039 FWY CHINESE RESTAURANT TEL:713-466-6830 GESSNER AT KATY -jfeAi COOK, Chinese Style Food: Two years experience as cook, Chinese style food required. To prepare and cook Chinese specialty dishes. $6.25/hr., 40-hr. wk. Hours 12:00 noon to 3:00 p.m. and 5-10 p.m. Contact Texas Employment Commission, Texas City, Texas, Job Order No. 3096187. Ad paid by Equal Employment Opportunity Employer. 聘請廚師:專長中阈菜,需要兩年經驗,嘥貴 是_和燒中阈菜,每小時工資六元二角/i:分 、有意者請與德州勞工介紹所連络,工作權會 號碼 3 0 9 6 1 8 7 wwwmmw a Photo by Reggie Chow 商務機器公司 ABC: OFFICE MACHINES CO. IhM-SCM SPKCIALIS'I S«rvi《.r 28 yiuirs «v\ «ill hrand.s IV|M!\\ritrr (liipliralor 石雪平 Jackson Shih 5H09 His.sonn^t HHk“rT\ 77401 (713) 吉屋全間出租 座落在大街•交通方便•内夕_裝修 近市中心•離休士頓大學及中、小學校 不遠。適合作住宅兼商業。 請電:227 5566 or 227 1201 商業出售 Business and Residence Combined. 4113 Leeland Two Bathrooms. Lots of Room, Owner Financing. Reasonable. Call 222-2900. Ask for Allee. APRIL 1983 西南時報 Southwest Chinese Journal Page 19 毒的喜iAL 晚飯小策 豐儉由人 禮堂華复 情調高雅 招呻親切 僑 社 消 息 安良工商會春宴 <木報訊)安...

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Page 20 [Newspaper Page] — Southwest Chinese Journal — 1 April 1983

Southwest Chinese Journal P.O.Box 18603 Houston, Tx 77223 227-5566 I.M vlv. f. 改地ill, 請通知 BULK RATE U.S. POSTAGE PAID HOUSTON, TEXAS PERMIT 3378 ■ Cci\tufy ^rhvel Se/Vicc 電脳訂位新#、紀旅行社• Computerized Services 一 代理全球各大航空公司立刻開票 We know how to satisfy your needs in travel! (713) 237-8080 (四線> Since 1963 孫辠现 609 FANNIN, LOBBY HOUSTON, TEXAS 77002 西湖麵廠7 KL: (713)658-1700 WEST LAKE NOODLE 2902 Caroline Houston Tx 77004 進门唐山雜jt 餐館供應屮心 家庭食品總、滙 西南時報 Southwest Chinese Journal APRIL 1983 德薩斯州•曉士顿市 第八卷弟四期 乐态時叙 曉城華僑之聲 福特車公司賠本 资福特汽車公司宵佈一九八二 年營業淨損失爲六億£千八 H萬.兀.該公司將連缚三年 的锖*赤{-/•歸咎於國内绡辔 is减及令而性的纯濟藕條 。通用汽車公司則於一週前 宣佈該公司一九八一 一年營業 利潤爲九億六千三再萬元。 休大籃球隊 向冠軍進軍 (本報訊)休士頓大學籃球隊 於三月一 一十七日以八十九比七 十一的感殊比歙擊敗*州的维 拉諾瓦大學隊,獲得今年全美 大畢休if育協會籃球赛中西部 區域冠軍,將於四月初到新墨 西哥州的阿伯庫基市参加全■ 總決赛,這場球赛在堪藤斯城 舉行•是休大今年連绩第二十 五*勝利• 孫蘭停文才 再度,学魅 新卅紀根行社負t人孫華硯 先牛的夂公T蘭哼小姐,M近 在令阈矜師協科舉辦的英文作 文比赛獨佔鱉頭,作七千多人 中脱穎而出榷得!九八一 一尔優 勝獎。又於二月二十七H由休 十頓郵報掙辦的一九八三尔中 碍牛寫作比存中,冉度坤魁, U 一 篇 :The Woman 5 my lAniia." 作品哨權说一名 n前她的?f-f獎作已送到纽约# 加令國t'k作文設存,ffl信以孫 小姐的文才必可冉度爲華人争 光, 台鋁與美...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Southwest Chinese Journal — 1 May 1983

Southwest Chinese Journal THE VOICE OF THE CHINESE AMERICAN COMMUNITY VOL. 8, No. 5 P.O.BOX 18603 s& & CACA TESTIFIES AT HEARING ONNEW IMMIGRATION BILL On April 1A, 1983, Governor Mark White's Immigration Task Force conducted the first of four public hearings throughout the State, regarding the new Immigration Reform and Control Act proposed by Sen. Alan Simpson and Rep. Romano Mazzoli. Speakers from labor, industry, education and the Immigration & Naturalization Service presented their view and suggestions at Houston City Council Chambers. The only Asian organization represented was the Chinese American Citizens Alliance. Presenting the views of the Houston Lodge of the CACA was attorney, Gordon Quan its Vice-President. The following is a summary of Mr. Quan's remarks. 1. We (the CACA) are opposed to employer sanctions. The policing of aliens is the duty of the Immigra- tion and Naturalization Service, not private industry. 2. Immigration should be expanded, not limited...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Southwest Chinese Journal — 1 May 1983

Page 2 ^ t & Southwest Chinese Journal MAY 1983 COMING EVENTS Marriage Seminar Jackie Hing, certified marriage counselor from California, will be conducting a two day seminar on Christian Marriage in the 80's, sponsored by The Chinese Baptist Church Young Marrieds' Class. The seminar will be held on June 17-18, 1983. Those interested in attending should contact Jackie at The Chinese Baptist Church at 461-0963. National Conference June 27 The Houston Chapter of the Chinese Association of Organizations will be hosting the organization's National Conference on June 27-30, 1983 at the Westin Galleria Hotel. Delegates throughout the United States, Canada, and Central America will be in attendance. Basic Business Work Shop S.B.A. BARGAIN—Current and prospective small business owners will learn how to maximize the chances of success and minimize the chances of failure at the Small Busi- ness Administration's "Basic Business Workshop" Wednes- day, May 4, 8:30 A.M.—4:30 P.M., at the Univ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Southwest Chinese Journal — 1 May 1983

MAY 1983 & & fa Southwest Chinese Journal Page 3 10 - YEAR OLD CHRISTOPHER WEN IS JUNIOR SPELLING CHAMP Christopher Wen, a 10- year old living in Spring, Texas, has won the 1983 Junior East Tex Spelling Bee by outspelling 52 other grade- schoolers in the April 13 con- test held in Houston. Christopher, son of Dr. and Mrs. Chi Pang Wen, kept his letters straight through- out the Bee while others missed their words and had to withdraw, until finally he spelled "acronym" correctly to win. Christopher is a fifth-grader at Ponderosa Ele- mentary in Spring. For his achievement, Christopher was presented with an Austin quartz watch, donated by Gordon's Jewelers, and $50 from the Houston Chronicle, sponsor of the East Texas area competition. This is the first year that the East Texas Spelling Bee was split into two brackets; the Junior, for grades 1-5, and the regular Bee, for grades 6-8. The winner of the latter Bee, Melissa Hurley, will go on to compete in the national finals in W...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Southwest Chinese Journal — 1 May 1983

Page 4 &] dh ^ jfil Southwest Chinese Journal MAY 1983 SANDRA DER BING 480-3742 WANDA CHOI 933 7451 COMMUNITY NEWS MRS. ELSIE HUANG has been appointed Principal of Mayde Creek Elementary School in Katy, which is scheduled to open in August 1983. The new school will have an initial enrollment of 650 students. Mrs. Huang states she is "looking forward to this new challenge." *************************************** Terri Ligh, daughter of Tommie and Lillie Ligh, will be leaving Houston the second week of May for Dallas to attend the Theological Seminary there. A reception was held for Terri at the Chinese Baptist Church at the Family Life Center on April 24. Terri has served as the Youth Director at the Chinese Baptist Church since 1980. ***************************************** Roberta M. Yang announces the opening of her office for the general practice of law at 4800 San Felipe, Suite 590, Houston, TX 77056; 713/626-8895. ***************************************** Taking a much de...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Southwest Chinese Journal — 1 May 1983

MAY 1983 r£) ^ Southwest Chinese Journal COMMUNITY NEWS Page 5 JUNE DOVE LEONG 667 - 7804 August Lau, a Research Geophysicist with Digicon, recently attended company meetings in England, Paris, Amsterdam, and Spain. While August was in Europe, his wife, Sheila, an Accounts Payable Manager with Osh- man's Sporting Goods, traveled to Oshman's stores in Atlanta, Georgia. August and Sheila reside in Friends- wood with their 4 year old daughter, Laurie. ****************************************** Colonel Henry Chiu and his wife, Virginia, sister of William Der Bing, Sr., were in Houston recently relaxing and visiting friends and relatives. Colonel Chiu was affiliated with Major General Claire Chennault and aide to General Bruce Holloway of the U.S. Air Force. ****************************************** Beth and Ron Chow became the proud parents of a 7-lb., 5-oz., 20 inches long baby girl, Amy Louise, born on March 28. ****************************************** A red egg party with 400 in a...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Southwest Chinese Journal — 1 May 1983

FOCUS TERESA ONG LEE What better way to wish someone Happy Birthday, Happy Anniversay, Congratulations, and other special occasions than through the Southwest Chinese Journal?! Now you may express your thoughtful wishes to that special person. Each month the Southwest Chinese Journal will have a Special Occasions Column that will print a photo of the honored person(s) along with a short personal wish from the well wisher for only $15.00, Family and friends will love it! Please submit by the 20th of the month. NAME OF HONORED PERSON(S) BIRTHDATE/ANNIVERSARY DATE (MONTH/DAY) MESSAGE WELL WISHER(S) Make check or money order to the Southwest Chinese Journal and mail to P. 0. Box 18603, Houston, TX 77223. Teresa (Teri) Ong Lee, Certified Public Accountant and Tax Manager at Raymond International, Inc., was awarded by the National Board of the Young Women's Christian Asso- ciation of the U.S.A. In recognition for her outstanding contributions to international business. Mrs. Lee, along wit...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Southwest Chinese Journal — 1 May 1983

MAY 1983 & r£j fa Southwest Chinese Journal Page 7 MISS CHINATOWN HOUSTON CONTEST Jane Eng Gee, president of the Chinese American Citizens Alliance, Houston Lodge, has announced that the search for Miss Chinatown Houston 1983 is now underway. President Jane Gee relates a cash scholarship of $500 from the Memorial Fund honoring the parents of Dr. Edward C. M. Chen will be awarded to the winner. Women of Chinese American Heritage, 18 to 25 years of age, are eligible for participation. Deadline date for entry is May 29th. All entrants will receive the following (1) U.S. Savings Bond (2) colored portrait by prize winning Alvin Gee Studios (3) talent assistance from Cookie Joe's Dancin1 School and (4) hair and make-up lessons from Ron Chow of "Hairwaves." The winner will, in addition, receive an all expense paid trip to San Francisco for participation in the Miss Chinatown USA competition. The Miss Chinatown Houston Pageant is scheduled for Friday evening, July 1st at the Shamrock Hi...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Southwest Chinese Journal — 1 May 1983

Page 8 r£] Southwest Chinese Journal MAY 1983 CACA GRAND PRESIDENT AND EXECUTIVE SECRETARY VISIT HOUSTON LODGE The Chinese American Citizens Alliance, the oldest nationwide fraternal organization in the city of Houston met Thursday, April 28th at Golden Bo Restaurant, the meeting led by its first woman president, Jane Eng Gee. Present as honored visiting guests and speakers were Harold Fong, Grand President of the national CACA, and National executive secretary George Leong Suey. Their purposes and objectives for the Chinese American Citizens Alliance were summarized by secretary Beck Gee..."to form a more perfect fraternal body, to inculcate the principles of justice, charity and brotherhood... to protect our rights and privileges of citizenship, to secure equal economic and political opportunities for all members and to promote the general welfare and happiness of all American citizens of Chinese ancestry." Assistant secretary, Ping Ying Chou, voiced the car- dinal principles of t...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Southwest Chinese Journal — 1 May 1983

MAY 1983 1 4ft Southwest Chinese Journal Page 9 T ia WALLACE GEE (1923-1983) CONTINUED FROM PAGE 8 SESSIONS We are all saddened by the passing of Wallace Gee on April 19. Wallace was a man of principle. When it was popular to just "go along with the crowd," Wallace would never be compromised whenever a principle was involved. He not only would not "go along with the crowd," he would let them know exactly where he stood and insist an issue be resolved with a sense of fairness and justice. There are many people within our community who first met Wallace when they were strangers in town and needed advice and guidance. He was always willing to help, even those whose views differed from his own. He always reminded us to be good American citizens, but without compromising our native heritage. He emphasized that our Chinese American Community owed its loyalty first to America. Wallace was proud of his family and of their achieve- ments. He was proud of his sons and often spoke of them with...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Southwest Chinese Journal — 1 May 1983

Page 10 & Southwest Chinese Journal MAY 1983 TINA LU HOW TO NARROW THE GENERATION GAP IN CHINESE AMERICAN FAMILIES When two generations raised in different environments and different cultural values are brought together, some friction, or "generation gap," is bound to result. Thus, Chinese- American families are often drawn apart, not from lack of love, but from lack of communi- cation and differences in social and cultural upbringing. The typical Chinese family stresses filial obedience, love, and family unity. The second generation reared in America often regards these qualities as "strictness" or "suffocation." To the first generation reared in China, a child should revere and respect his parents. A child should not "talk back" to his parents, and he should not argue when a de- cision has been made. To the American-born Chinese, this is "stifling". The parents, on the other hand, feel fail- ure and guilt for having raised such a "rebellious" child. This basic difference in va...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — Southwest Chinese Journal — 1 May 1983

MAY 1983 ^ Southwest Chinese Journal Page 11 THE VISIT BY TING SUN Staying at a hospital can he more trying an experi- ence than the illness itself. From the first moment they put on the plastic identification bracelet, I had the sensation of being a prisoner. The room, however, was much better than a prison. But the monotony can drive a person crazy. The first hour there, I got to know my TV switch really well. The next hour was spent playing with the different switches on my auto- matic bed. By the third hour, I began contemplating climbing the walls. Instead, I decided to look out the window. Ah, what a wonderful view! To my left, I could see most of downtwon Houston in all its smog and glory. Directly in front of me was another building with other equally bored patients staring back at me from their windows. And to my right was a giant tree. Then, suddenly, a black, flying, chirping mass came speeding towards my window and the tree. For a moment, a mental picture of Alfred Hitch...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — Southwest Chinese Journal — 1 May 1983

Page \. r£f Southwest Chinese Journal MAY 1983 HUBERT CHEUNG & BETSY CHIN MARRY By June Dove Leong On Saturday, April 16th at 2 P.M., the Chinese Baptist Church in the Memorial area was filled to over- flowing with extra chairs in the aisles to accommodate the guests. It is seldom that one has the unique opportunity to unite one's son in a wedding ceremony. Thus was the privilege accorded the Rev. Lok-Tin Cheung, who leads the largest and the oldest Chinese Church in the city of Houston. Hubert's bride Betsy is the daughter of Mr. & Mrs. Ting C. Chin of the Golden Bowl Restaurant. A '77 Business technology graduate of the University of Houston, Betsy has been associated with Union Carbide. Hubert, the son of Pastor & Mrs. Lok-Tin Cheung, is a University of Houston Chemical engineer graduate, presently with Getty Oil, College Station. The newly- weds will make their home in College Station. Bridesmaids included the bride's sister, Wanda Chin, the groom's sister Nita Cheun...

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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — Southwest Chinese Journal — 1 May 1983

MAY 1983 v?7 .&) ^ 4lL Southwest Chinese Journal Page 13 GEE TUCK SAM TUCK SPRING FESTIVAL CELEBRATION The CEE TUCK SAM TUCK ASSOCIATION celebrated the Chinese New Year with its Spring Festival on March 15. The Spring Festival Banquet was held at GOLDEN BO RESTAURANT. Because of the abundance of family members and friends, it had to be held in two sessions. I hose attending the Spring Festival included Consul General Xiaoda Wu and Mrs. Wu, Vice-Consul Chen and Mrs. Chen of the People's Republic of China; Mr. Liu and Mr. and Mrs. Wang of the Co-ordination Council of North Ameri- can Affairs, as well as several city council members, judges, and health administration officials. Also present were the chairman from Chung Wah Kung Soo Asso- ciation and other distinguished members of the Chinese community. Over 400 people joined in the celebration. Earlier in the afternoon, led by senior family member BING WU, family members gathered together at the office and paid tribute to their anc...

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — Southwest Chinese Journal — 1 May 1983

Page 14 8# Southwest Chinese Journal MAY 1983 SCHOLAR LECTURES ON U.S. - CHINA RELATIONS BY ALLAN GOR Prof. Ling-Chi Wang, chairman of the Department of Ethnic Studies at the University of California at Berke- ley, visited Houston to deliver an April 21st lecture on "U.S.-China Relations and Their Effect on Chinese Ameri- cans," at the University of Houston Central Campus. Approximately 50 people, of which less 1/3 were Chin- ese, attended the lecture, co-sponsored by the China Lecture Series Program Consortium and the U.S. Chinese Students Association. Approaching his topic from a historical perspective, Prof. Wang characterized a corresponding relationship between treatment and attitudes toward Chinese in America and the status of relations between the United States and China. Beginning with the early history of the Chinese in America in the nineteenth century, Wang described the lowly status of Chinese in America, illustrated by num- erous instances of abuse, injustice and even s...

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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — Southwest Chinese Journal — 1 May 1983

MAY 1983 & Southwest Chinese Journal Page IS I REMEMBER WHEN >.. r"' 4 J?* Dick Gor, Daniel Wong, & S.F. Joe At the "Ming Palace" When one mentions "Ming Palace," it seems that the majority of Chinese Houstonians respond, "Oh yes, I remember that restaurant—that was THE Chinese res- taurant several years ago." People can remember the location of Ming Palace, the food and the atmosphere, but what about the man responsible for the savory cui- sine for the last 20 years of Ming Palace? This man is Chef Daniel Wong, Executive Chef of Ming Palace from 1960 - 1980 and co-owner of the restaurant from 1975 to 1980. I had the opportunity to talk to Daniel Wong per- sonally and discovered how devoted this man's love for cooking and fine foods motivates him towards perfection of the diverse and ancient art of Chinese cooking. "Cooking is like art. You can change a few spices and utilize foods of different colors and you would have an entirely different dish," says Daniel, now owner ...

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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — Southwest Chinese Journal — 1 May 1983

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Publication Title: Southwest Chinese Journal
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
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