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SALAD DAYS: REMEMBERING GRANDMA

New America Media, Essay, Andrew Lam Jul 25, 2013

For a period of a month sometime ago I became a vegetarian. Some people wont eat meat because they think its cruel to animals, or because of health concerns. My reason is a little different: it is love.

Asian Immigrant and Eating Habits During Lean Times

New America Media, Blog/Review, Andrew Lam Jul 20, 2013

A regular meal at the Wangs: Steam chicken with ginger, fried tofu, fish in black bean sauce, stir fry bok choy in garlic, fresh fruit.

Q&A: Food Fight - What’s at Stake with the Farm Bill

Jan 22, 2013

Editor’s note: Efforts by Congress to reauthorize the Farm Bill last fall failed with lawmakers approving a nine-month extension of the 2008 bill. Now, with another budget showdown looming and deep “sequester” cuts on the table, the omnibus Farm Bill...

'Shh-Thanks-Givin': My First Thanksgiving in America -- A Former Refugee Remembers

New America Media, Commentary, Andrew Lam Nov 14, 2012


Diary of an Organic Strawberry

Sep 12, 2012

Ed. Note: "Does an organic strawberry contain more vitamin C than a conventional one?" That was the question posed by the New York Times following the release of a Stanford study last week concluding that organic produce is no more...

Chinatown Eatery 'Sam Wo' Shuts its Doors

Apr 21, 2012

Opened shortly after the 1906 earthquake, for more than 100 years Chinatown’s Sam Wo restaurant dished out cheap and tasty Chinese food to customers as famed as columnist Herb Caen, author Armistead Maupin, and Dr Sun Yat-sen, the “Father of...

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