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CHINESE NAMES FOR THE CHINESE QUEST

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Jenny Jade, author of "Chinese Food at Home", a cookbook of her own Chinese recipes, and a frequent contributor of Chinese recipes to The Chinese Quest, took it upon herself to dub the members of The Chinese Quest with official Mandarin Chinese names.  She was also gracious enough to include the meanings of each name.  Each name was carefully crafted by Jenny to match their personalities and style.  We are honored to dubbed with these names.  It makes us feel Royal.

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Reinventing the Wheel

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The Dow Jones does it periodically. The Bowl Championship Series does it from year to year. Now, The Chinese Quest is altering the way they rate Chinese restaurants! Click to read more!

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“O” is for Orient #AtoZChallenge @AprilA2Z

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The Orient means the East. It is a traditional designation for anything that belongs to the Eastern world.  The term “Orient” derives from the Latin word oriens meaning “east” (literally “rising”). The use of the word “rising” refers to the east because that is where the sun rises.  The adjectival term Oriental has been used by the West to mean ...

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