The food was mediocre, more like those huge, coarsely presented buns and dim sums in New York Chinatown restaurants, or perhaps that's what the 1960s looked like? Lung Mun closed its doors in its 60th year of operation. The decor looked dated, but was quite refine when it started running and up til the 1980s. Afterall, that was the first dim sum restaurant to be air-conditioned. In the spirit of the ever developing Hong Kong, some real estate developer offered HKD400 million to the own for the plot of land on Johnston Road in Wanchai. Rumors have the restaurant owner looking for a place to reopen, let's keep our fingers crossed.
中國人 Chinese 香港人 Montrealer montréalais HongKonger 華裔加拿大人 canadien.
but principal: être flotteur extraordinaire avec beaucoup d'argent hahaha!
I am NOT proud to say I've finally signed up on Facebook, one of the time wasting social media blackholes. My share of social networking accounts: flickr, youtube, meetup, delicio.us bla bla bla. They bring you people "de quatre coins du monde"... parfois étrange hahaha!