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Tuesday, August 17, 2004, 9:25 PM

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Michael pointed us to this article in the New York Times (free registration required). He somehow knows of my fascination with "illegal" restaurants. Apparently Hong Kong is filled with unauthorized restaurants in people's homes and the authorities look the other way. I need to go to Hong Kong, and I need to eat at people's homes. I can't decide where I'd rather go on my next trip to Asia - Thailand vs. Hong Kong vs. Shanghai. The truth is that I really want to go to all three and spend a few days in Tokyo as well. Oh well, that's not for some time I suppose.

 


 

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