Tricotin (Dim sum in Paris)

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One thing you probably don’t know about me is that I’m half-Chinese. Actually, I’m not officially half-Chinese, but I was unofficially adopted by two Chinese-American sisters, who have told me that I’m Chinese as we share a lot of similar attributes. Being Chinese has a host of advantages, which include learning how to open a métro door without actually touching the knob, and generally assuming that if you’re going out for Chinese food, that you order three or four times what you’re actually planning (or able) to eat, and taking the rest of it home. . . .

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