202201 6 1Date & time: Sunday, Jan. 23, 2022; 1-3 p.m.

Location: The Traffic Zone Centre for Visual Art, 230 3rd. Ave. N., Minneapolis or online

In 1980, Leeann and Laura Chin opened Leeann Chin Cuisine.  The mother-daughter team quickly grew the business into a successful 50-location operation. The chain’s history and owners’ story will be featured in The Chinese Heritage Foundation Friends’ (CHFF) Sunday Tea series on the History of the Chinese Restaurant Business on Jan. 23.  Board member Mary Yee and special guest Laura Chin will also talk about contemporary Chinese women restauranteurs in the Twin Cities metropolitan area.

Because of the pandemic, only 20 in-person attendees will be allowed.  Masks and vaccination will be required.

Please RSVP using the following link or the following QR code.

 

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