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Immigration's effects on the evolution of Chinese food in BC

Stephen Wong, a food consultant and cookbook author, has looked at how immigration from different regions of China have influenced the way Chinese cooking has evolved in BC.
We'll hear more about the distinct flavours, and Stephen will share his views about the history of Chinese food in Vancouver and the province. He'll be speaking at a cooking event for the Lunar New Year, featuring Chinese Hakka cooking, at Barbara-Jo's Books to Cooks. Hear the interview on Saturday at 8:30 a.m.

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