Bruce Cost went from counseling New York City heroin addicts to running a Chinese fine-dining restaurant in San Francisco to conceptualizing Pan-Asian casual dining in the Midwest.Cost had always been fascinated by China, but as a student at Wesleyan University in the 1960s, he couldnâ€™t study much about contemporary China, which at the time was largely closed to the outside world. The year he graduated, 1966, Chinaâ€™s Cultural Revolution began, completely shutting it off from the rest of the ...
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