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USA Today 12 Apr 2019

New York Restaurant Under Fire For 'Clean' Chinese Food


A white New York City restaurant owner is addressing backlash for marketing her Chinese food as "clean," and saying other Chinese food makes people feel "bloated and icky."

The comments, shared in an Instagram post that has since been deleted, placed Lucky Lee's restaurant in the middle of a debate about racism, stereotypes and cultural appropriation.

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