A dish invented by Chinese immigrants in the United States.
A dish invented by a Japanese American in the United States.
An authentic Chinese dish.
Dishes in American Chinese restaurants prepared in a method similar to stir-fry.
Because it was the best cuisine in the world.
Because it was different from Western food.
Because it was inexpensive and convenient.
Because it was almost as good as French food.
More than 30,000.
Beef with broccoli.
All of the above.
Eating hot dogs during a baseball game.
Dining in a Chinese restaurant right before attending an opera.
Using dental floss on a daily basis.
Taking home left-overs from a restaurant.
Chinatown in San Francisco.
African American neighborhoods in St. Louis.
Because historically and naturally, the Chinese are endowed with Epicurean tendencies.
Because most of them had been trained as chefs before coming to the United States.
Because running a Chinese restaurant was an extremely lucrative business.
Because they had few other job opportunities.