"If you’re talking about Chinese food, it’s more than likely that someone will say, 'That’s not really Chinese food,' that they know a place that’s more ‘real.’"
Meet Fung and Dave, two Americans who opened up a Chinese-American restaurant in Shanghai, where the cooks shake their heads at dishes like crab rangoon and orange chicken and the customers don't understand the point of fortune cookies.
Looking at Canadian Chinese food through the lens of photography, literature, and cooking.
Sticklers for authenticity be damned!
Theresa Duncan's three CD-ROM games changed young girls' lives in the 1990s. Now they're impossible to find, let alone play. If we don't restore them, we may as well be burning books.
Developed in 1994 and published the following year, Chop Suey was a cunning piece of multimedia edutainment, suited just as well to grown-ups -- smirking hipsters and punk rockers, probably -- as it was to the prescribed "girls 7 to 12" crowd...