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S.F. Activist Group Wants Empress of China Building to Be 1st Chinese American Museum

SAN FRANCISCO (KCBS Radio) — A group of Chinatown activists is quietly exploring buying the landmark six-story Empress of China building to house what would be the first museum in the U.S. 187 more words


Visiting Shanghai Asian Manor

This little gem is located on the corner of Mott and Mosco streets, about 2 doors down from the iconic Wo Hop. This is also the birthplace of DumplingDigest.com, so be sure to check out the statue De Blasio is erecting out front in honor of this great moment in history. 194 more words


Dining Week aims to bring more visitors to Edmonton's Chinatown

An new event is focused on featuring the best restaurants in Edmonton’s Chinatown. The inaugural Chinatown Dining Week kicked off Saturday and runs until Jan. 28. 320 more words


My London Food Discoveries

Like most people I am familiar with London’s sights, shops, museum’s and restaurants.

So it is always great to discover something different, especially when it involves one of my favourite things, yummeh food :-) 640 more words


A Masonic Temple & Mongolian Hot Pot

In the shadow of City Hall stands one of the most elaborately carved and decorated Masonic Temples in the world.  Built in 1837, the interior is a dramatic example of Victorian design.  166 more words


From Benevolence to Malevolence: The Awful Story of PAMC

It’s amazing how running across a random news story can open doors you never knew existed. A couple days ago I was flipping through the Downtown News web site and I came across an editorial dealing with the closure of the Pacific Alliance Medical Center (PAMC). 1,177 more words

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