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By Mangosuthu Buthelezi
Memories of a long brotherhood tempered in common struggle
Independent voices from the The Washington Times Communities
Topic - Chinese Restaurant
Facebook unveiled a new search tool on Tuesday that gives users a chance to sift through the photos, places and other information available on the site _ all through the lens of their social connections.
We've all seen the scene in "A Christmas Story" when the kid gets his tongue stuck on a frozen flagpole. Now on Broadway is that very same scene _ plus the kid actually singing through it, or at least trying to sing.
A San Francisco Chinese restaurant once known for having "the world's rudest waiter" may not be closing for good after all.
Call it the alter-ego of super-sizing.
Call it the alter-ego of supersizing.
Call it the alter-ego of super-sizing. Researchers infiltrated a fast-food Chinese restaurant and found up to a third of diners jumped at the offer of a half-size of the usual heaping pile of rice or noodles _ even when the smaller amount cost the same.