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Chinese Restaurants

Peru

Lima-born Luis Yong is a medical doctor who took over a rundown restaurant, San Joy Lao, in the city's Chinatown. The charming and outgoing doctor hosts Chinese cooking shows on TV and promotes the marriage of holistic Chinese medicine and health-conscious Chinese cuisine. As Peru celebrated the 150th anniversary of the arrival of Chinese coolies, and as subsequent generations of Chinese focus on the importance of education, Yong is becoming a legend in Lima's rejuvenated Barrio Chino.

Image: Courtesy of San Joy Lao

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Episode
27:27
Chinese Restaurants

E15: Norway

In Tromso, Norway, Michael Wong and his wife Ting have opened one of the very few Chinese restaurants inside the Arctic Circle.
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26:49
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E14: Cuba

In Havana's Chinatown, the Lung Kong is a charitable clan association run by Alejandro Chiu. The association also runs a home for Chinese elderly and supports itself by operating a Chinese restaurant on the side.
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26:35
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E13: Mauritius

Here In the middle of the Indian Ocean sits Chez Manuel, a restaurant run by Manuel's wife Colette.
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E12: Canada

Against all odds, Jim Kook came to the prairie town of Outlook, Saskatchewan, and ran his New Outlook Cafe for forty years until his recent death.
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26:33
Chinese Restaurants

E11: India West

Meet the brothers Nini and Baba Ling. They grew up in a Chinese-Indian family and now both run successful chinese restaurants by using only the freshest ingredients in their cooking.
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26:29
Chinese Restaurants

E10: India East

Samson, Richard, Samuel, and Stephen Yeh were born in Calcutta and suffered from the aftermath the 1962 Sino-Indian border conflict.
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26:40
Chinese Restaurants

E9: Brazil North

In the frontier city of Manaus, on the Amazon River, Taiwan immigrant Jack Sun has been running the Mandarin for thirty years.
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26:35
Chinese Restaurants

E8: Brazil South

Lee Ho Shau and his fiancee Wong Yim Sheung swam from China to Macau for freedom during China's Cultural Revolution. Now they live in Sao Paolo and are dedicated to perfecting the fine art of Chinese cuisine.
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Chinese Restaurants

E7: Israel

Haifa's Yan Yan Restaurant in Israel was established by Chinese-Vietnamese refugee Kien Wong. Wong is a devout Christian who evangelizes Chinese migrant workers and expatriates as a Christian Israeli in a Jewish homeland.
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Chinese Restaurants

E6: Madagascar

In this episode we visit Restaurant Le Jade in Tamatave, Madagascar, the port city with a large Chinese population dating back to the 15th century.
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