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June 15, 2015


Katherine Burton Jones

Another wonderful story as you capture everyday life that then becomes
extraordinary for the rest of us. In line with your great capture of the
pianos placed throughout Boston and the relationship between rice and
crayfish, just to name two.


My connection with Boston Chinatown is sectioned north of Kneeland street, between Tremont St and Surface Road. This area is dotted with restaurants, bakeries, and shops. Here one discovers the pretty night people eating until 4AM. There is a bakery on Beach St that serves the best warm coconut sweet rolls ever. Because of the closeness of Tufts, Jook Sing Café can also be termed the Chinese section of Tuft's cafeteria.

 Jadine Soo Hoo

Hi Paul,
Thank you very much! That is a great article.
Just a minor spelling correction:
My Dad's name is Hing Soo Hoo.
My name is Jadine Soo Hoo.
Hope to see you here again soon.


Hi Paul, we recently relocated to NH from VA (NJ natives) and we are always exploring. We have not yet taken many trips to Boston, so it's good to read about a great place to dine,the Jook Sing Café.
We recently visited Stockbridge, MA and other places (Sturbridge, Lee, Lennox) and toured the Rockwell Museum and met Clemens Kalischer at his gallery. I appreciated reading your artist comparison in a June 2012 post.

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