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Chef Christian Yang, Maggie Ho, and partner Chef Joseph Marcos have opened a long thought out restaurant that serves not just traditional Asian dishes, but their own interpretations of Asian food.
"Think Asia, Think Hong Kong," a mega promotion event organized by the Hong Kong Trade Development Council, will take place Friday, Sept. 20, at the JW Marriott at L.A. Live, 800 Olympic Blvd, Los Angeles.
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Admission is free. There will be games, prizes, family resource booths, food trucks, a Duck Design contest, and more.
The weeklong event generated a lot of buzz, attracting Alhambra locals and in-the-know foodies, along with new patrons in neighboring Los Angeles cities.
"Think Asia, Think Hong Kong" is a mega promotion event organized by the Hong Kong Trade Development Council in order to attract more overseas companies to use Hong Kong's service platform to tap into the Asian market.
The festival will be on Valley Boulevard from Garfield to Almansor and includes 250 booths, some with featured activities, such as a dragon boat rowing station, an auto square, children's workshops, a health fair, and cultural demonstrations that provide festival-goers with a taste of Asian culture.
The annual Alhambra Lunar New Year Festival will celebrate its 25th year and welcome in the Year of the Monkey at a new location on Valley Boulevard: from Almansor to Vega.