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10 February 2008

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i like this part of the blog:"I took a whole bunch more photos that are not parade specific so I'm going to make another post on some of the interesting things in Chinatown and yes, it will be about food. Until then

Happy lunching!" is very good

Chinese Traditional Recipes

I love Chinese Dumplings!

Virtual Gifts

hmm..It sounds like great New Year. Do you send gift to you friends on New year? I highly recommend you http://www.boonspace.com. Nowadays there is great offer on it. Make a sign up and also get a chance to win some prizes.

Paris Hotels

Amzing post! every picture looks great, so unique. paris indeed is a wonderful place. ill be there next week with my wife. she booked us a place via LMT. she's something special. my wife!

FN

Just found your site, am enjoying it a lot. I am from NY, but am working in Paris for a while. I live in another mini-Chinatown in the 3rd, on rue Au Maire. Have you been there? Some good food to be had.

So, how are Belleville and the 13th different? Or, are they the same, food-wise?

Rahul

The food looks really yummy. My mouth is already watering. humm...

mochachocolata-rita

hi there...wow...the CNY parade looks soooo amazing there!...I was away from home (Indonesia) this CNY, stayed in hk & tried to cook a somewat CNY meal, sharing it with you: http://mochachocolatarita.blogspot.com/2008/02/my-first-cny-feast.html

Betty C.

First, that top photo is absolutely stunning. You've had wonderful weather for these Chinese New Year photos.

Second, you are tagged for a bilingual meme -- well, I turned it into a bilingual one -- no obligation of course:

http://cuisinequotidienne.blogspot.com/2008/02/fun-not-food.html

Finally, I was just going to tell you that your blog was extremely slow to load this evening but I've found the culprit myself in your comments: the dreaded Foodie Blogroll!

Actually the Foodie Blogroll is a great idea, but the widget really slows down the loading time for the blog. I had it for a while but finally took it down for that reason. Hate to rain on your parade, so to speak.

Emily

Thanks for stopping by and I'm really happy to be a part of the foodie blogroll!

JennDZ_The LeftoverQueen

That looks like an awesome parade - those dumplings aren't bad either! ;)

Welcome to The Foodie Blogroll!

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