I grew up in my parents’ Chinese restaurant in Abbeville, SC. We were the only Asian Americans in a town of not quite 6,000 that was known as the “birthplace and the deathbed of the Confederacy.”
Growing up in the 1940s in Macon, GA, where we were the only Chinese family in
town, I never knew Chinese restaurants existed.
Grace Young on achieving the perfect stir-fry -- and why we shouldn't use nonstick woks.
Mosey with us through the South, a region rich with history and culture -- and one that is vital to, but often overlooked in, Asian American history.
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