Hongkongers’ son brings American-style Chinese food to Bangkok squib

James Au used to tell his parents he would never work in the catering industry. But now the 31-year-old son of first-generation Hong Kong emigrants to the US operates an American-style Chinese restaurant in Bangkok.His journey to the Thai capital began in Minneapolis, where his family had worked its way up to owning a chain of seven Chinese-American restaurants.How Western tastes for Chinese food were shaped by Hong Kong restaurantsAu, however, got his start in software. Before turning 20, he…
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