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Episode 1: Chop Suey
Last year, the Globe and Mail’s Ann Hui travelled across Canada reporting on “Chop Suey Nation“. The two-part feature showcases small town Chinese restaurants, a changing food culture, and stories of immigration paved along the way.  Hui joined The Markup to talk about how the story came together on the road, meeting families across Canada, and what she learned from the process.


Ann Hui, Globe and Mail National Food Reporter and author of “Chop Suey Nation”
Tree Lau, teacher and Globe and Mail reader


The Markup is written and produced by Erica Ngao, Brennan Doherty, Abby Plener and Dylan Freeman-Grist, and fact-checked by Stephanie Hughes.
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