Have You Eaten Yet?
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Blackstone Publishing, 2023.
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9781665048422
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9h 19m 0s
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APA Citation, 7th Edition (style guide)

Cheuk Kwan., Cheuk Kwan|AUTHOR., & Brian Nishii|READER. (2023). Have You Eaten Yet? . Blackstone Publishing.

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Cheuk Kwan, Cheuk Kwan|AUTHOR and Brian Nishii|READER. 2023. Have You Eaten Yet?. Blackstone Publishing.

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Cheuk Kwan, Cheuk Kwan|AUTHOR and Brian Nishii|READER. Have You Eaten Yet? Blackstone Publishing, 2023.

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Cheuk Kwan, Cheuk Kwan|AUTHOR, and Brian Nishii|READER. Have You Eaten Yet? Blackstone Publishing, 2023.

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Dotting even the most remote landscapes, family-run Chinese restaurants are global icons of immigration, community, and delicious food. The cultural outposts of far-flung settlers, bringers of dim sum, Peking duck, and creative culinary hybrids like the Madagascar classic soupe chinoise, Chinese restaurants are a microcosm of greater social forces - an insight into time, history, and place. From Africa to South America, the Jade Gardens and Golden Dragons reveal an intricate tangle of social schisms and political movements, offering insight into global changes and diasporic histories, as the world has moved into the 21st century.

Author and documentarian Cheuk Kwan, a self-described “card-carrying member of the Chinese diaspora”, weaves a global narrative by linking the myriad personal stories of chefs, entrepreneurs, laborers, and dreamers who populate Chinese kitchens worldwide. Behind these kitchen doors lies an intriguing paradox that characterizes many of these communities: how Chinese immigrants have resisted - or often been prevented from - complete assimilation into the social fabric of their new homes, maintaining strong senses of cultural identity, while the engine of their economic survival - the Chinese restaurant and its food - has become seamlessly woven into cities all around the world.

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