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Hoan ran Grange, which helped launch the Band

Hoan ran Grange, which helped launch the Band
The family also owned the Ricksha Tavern on Highway 8 in Stoney Creek and the Kuo Kau Kau (formerly the Chopstick Restaurant) on the edge of the Niagara Escarpment, on the Mountain. The latter was torn down by the city in 1968 to make way for the …
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COLUMN: Dumpling delight borne of dining disappointment
Perhaps I am the only one to notice, but there has been a precipitous decline in the quality of Chinese dumplings available locally, regardless of the source. I've been … Out plopped a sad little clump of filling into a dish of what was barely more …
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China to Destroy Illegal Ivory: A Breakthrough in the War on Elephants?
For China's rising middle class, ivory chopsticks, bookmarks, rings, combs, and other trinkets have enormous value as status symbols and gifts. This taste for ivory carvings extends to officials at the highest levels of the central government. But that …
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