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Mixed Marriage in Hong Kong

Blue-chip Bordeaux and classic Cantonese cuisine? At the celebrated Fook Lamm Moon restaurant, a love match gains favor in very high society
Fred Ferretti
Issue: October 31, 2002

Chui Wai-Kwan, a cherubic, balding man whose resemblance to Hotei, the happy Buddha in Chinese tradition, is uncanny, admits to his contentment. "The restaurant business is a happy business," he tells me one afternoon, over tastes of a '95 Lynch-Bages at a table in his Hong Kong restaurant, Fook Lam Moon.

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