All About Chinatown Tours

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All About Chinatown Tours
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640145 Po Box
San Francisco, CA 94164
(415) 982-8839

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My tour guide Don McNab now lives in Kharkov, Ukraine but returns annually to the U.S. to visit friends. A few weeks ago, I took him out to lunch at China Live, since he said there is no good Chinese food anywhere in Ukraine. Check out these lovely souvenirs he gifted me: A business card from the Bruce Lee Restaurant, a coaster of Kharkov, and a magnet of a someone we all recognize. In case you can’t read Russian, it says “Every citizen knows who the world’s biggest prick is"

Sad news for our tour guide community: Bea Mitchell passed away this week. Bea had 30 years of tour leading experience throughout the U.S., including Alaska, Hawaii, and the East Coast, besides being an avid worldwide traveler herself. Bea conducted her first Chinatown tour with us in 1987. We will miss her sunny smile and gracious personality.

A famous dim sum restaurant in San Francisco's Chinatown could soon be bought by the city as a future site for affordable housing, city officials said earlier this week.The city has agreed to buy the building housing New Asia Restaurant at 772 Pacific Avenue for $5 million from the Yick Family Trust, according to the mayor's office.The site could allow the construction of up to 50 to 60 affordable housing units in the densely populated Chinatown area. For over two decades, New Asia Restaurant hosted the Kung Pao Kosher Comedy Show, a Jewish comedy show held annually on Dec. 23-25. Click on the link from Hoodline.com for more info and photos. http://hoodline.com/2017/04/new-asia-restaurant-in-chinatown-to-become-affordable-housing?utm_medium=email&utm_campaign=stories&utm_source=Hoodline+Mailing+List&utm_campaign=b517820452-daily-digest-04-26-2017&utm_medium=email&utm_term=0_e61dc2951f-b517820452-249815669
The purchase would bring affordable housing units to an area that houses a large number of low-income residents.

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Philip P. Choy passed away on March 16, 2017. He was a renowned historian and architect, a teacher, mentor, family man, and friend to many. Hundreds attended his memorial service on April 23, 2017 at Treasure Island. Pictured here with me at the service is Bruce Chin. I served on the Board of the Chinese Historical Society with Phil Choy and Bruce Chin in the 1990’s. It was an honor to serve as Phil's secretary when he was President of the Chinese Historical Society of America. Phil will be missed for his vast contributions, his friendship, and his generosity. Please click on the link below to read the tributes about his life’s passions. https://chsa.org/2017/03/tributes-to-philip-choy-1926-2017/?mc_cid=1a70ae1da0&mc_eid=ff47f68d

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Beth Graubart, one of our tour guides and myself just had to try the food at China Live last week. We ordered the Taipei Braised Beef Noodles and the Marco Polo Minced Pork Noodles to start. Both dishes were exquisitely delicious but what knocked our socks off was the Sesame Soft Serve, Mango Shaved Ice. Since you might wonder what that is, I included a photo of this dessert that will have you returning for it again and again. Pictured here are Beth, myself, and George Chen, founder and chef of China Live, a 30,000 square foot restaurant and market complex. Don't miss Chinatown's newest, glamorous food emporium.