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Ode on a Mai Tai

Mai Tai on Tropical Beach

After having a few rounds of Mai Tai's with friends, you'll all shout “Maita’I roa a’e!” In English, that means “Out of this world! The best!" Don't believe me? Invite me the next time you go out for Chinese food and I'll show you. Read the intriguing story and mystery behind the Mai Tai cocktail. Cheers!!

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The Year of the Rabbit

Chinese New Year 2023 the Year of the Rabbit

On Sunday, January 22, 2023, the Year of the Rabbit is ushered in by those celebrating The Chinese New Year. Learn everything about Chinese New Year, and all the characteristics of one of the luckiest of the Chinese Zodiac animals, the Rabbit! If you learned something new from this article, please Like it! Share it! And, subscribe so you'll never miss out on articles like this.

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Lunar New Year 2022: Ushering in the Year of the Tiger

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This Lunar New Year will usher in the Year of the Tiger on February 1, 2022. The Tiger is one of the most beloved of the 12 Chinese Zodiac signs, signifying fortune and confidence. Happy New Year! Gung Hay Fat Choy! Click the link to learn more about the traditions of the celebration, and how you can join in on the celebrations. Follow the link in the article to learn more about the personality traits of those born in the Year of the Tiger.

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Grand Opening: Kai Burgers & Dumplings, Great Neck, NY

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Grand Opening: Kai Burgers & Dumplings in Great Neck Plaza, NY 11021 Asian fusion, hamburgers and dumplings obviously, and also Keto dishes, beef dishes too, oh my! The restaurant looks very modern and has a full bar and two large-screen televisions. We think you are going to like it. We wish Kai Burger & Dumplings lots of luck.  Let's all do our part as we come out of the pandemic and let's show our support of local businesses too.

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Mid-Autumn Festival (a.k.a. Moon Festival)

Mid-Autumn-Festival

The Mid-Autumn Festival, also known as the Moon Festival, is primarily celebrated in east and southeast Asia and coincides with the fall harvest during the brightest and fullest moon. This year the festival is celebrated on September 21, 2021. As part of the celebration, lanterns of all sizes and shapes, are carried and displayed. They serve as symbolic beacons that light people’s paths to prosperity and good fortune. Click to read more and check out a bonus recipe!

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COVID-19 Dining at China Station in Stony Brook, NY

Dining in COVID-19 days is quite the challenge. But China Station in Stony Brook, NY was up to the challenge and did not disappoint. Though major modifications had to be made for the safety of customers and employees, I'm glad to say that the menu was not modified at all.. When in Stony Brook, or nearby, come see why!

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2021 The Year of the Ox

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February 12, 2021 starts the Chinese Year of the Ox. Wishing Everyone a Happy Chinese New Year! This guide will teach you everything you need to know about the Ox, Are you an Ox? Is there an Ox in your future? It's leagues better than a Jack in the Box! The Ox is perfect for this pandemic plagued year. Be Strong! Like an Ox!!

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Bah Humbug! NO Chinese Restaurant Reviews This Christmas

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Our annual tradition of recommending Chinese restaurants for Jews to eat at on Christmas has been hijacked by the biggest Scrooge of them all. COVID-19. The opinions expressed in this article are those of Mee Magnum, and may not represent the opinions of the other Mee's. Reader discretion advised. Article contains vulgar language.

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