At the Museum of Chinese in the Americas (Mulberry and Bayard in Chinatown), there's a small but intriguing exhibition on a long-gone Chinese restaurant in Los Angeles. This is a kind of time capsule of dinnerware, furnishings and other artifacts from the restaurant, General Lee's Man Jen Low, with videotaped oral history from a former chef. Worth a look for anyone interested in Chinese restaurants and immigration, or changing American tastes.
I've posted a description on Not About Food (replies, if any, should go there).
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