Is Chinese food too dirty? American women say they want to open a clean Chinese restaurant, which is disgusted by netizens

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 Is Chinese food too dirty? American women say they want to open a clean Chinese restaurant, which is disgusted by netizens


The restaurant is reportedly owned by a white woman, Ariel Hasper. She said the restaurant was opened to honor the Chinese food that accompanied her and her family. However, restaurants have improved Chinese dishes such as noodles and Kung Bao Chicken Ding, without additives or genetically modified foods or monosodium glutamate. Haspel calls his restaurant a clean Chinese restaurant.

Pictures of restaurants. Source: American Chinese Network

This statement immediately triggered criticism. According to the Washington Post, food cleanliness is an accepted definition, but the word cleanliness evokes an ugly stereotype that Chinese immigrant restaurants are dirty. Some netizens said, This restaurant has no reason to elevate itself to a higher position than other Chinese restaurants. Other netizens said, This white woman shames traditional Chinese dishes withno MSG,and is happy to see it go bankrupt because of racism. Some netizens also picked up Haspels social media article saying that eating salvaged noodles made her flatulent and nauseous.

Instagram Home Page of Lucky Lee Restaurant

Reported that Haspel apologized through social media on the 9th, saying, Your response clearly shows that the concept of our restaurant is culturally sensitive, and we promise to listen and reflect on it all the time. The statement explained that the so-called clean refers to high quality food without additives, while clean also refers to superb cooking skills. The restaurants name Lucky Lee complicates the problem. According to the Washington Post, the name comes from Mr. Lee, Haspels husband, who makes customers feel that the restaurant is owned by Asians, and in fact Mr. Lee is white. Food critic Sharon Su said on Twitter on the 9th that the restaurant nomenclature was super deceptive. Comments say that the problem with the approval of Lucky Lee restaurants is not that a white man produces food that does not belong to his cultural heritage, but that he has no respect for the ethnic group and its catering history. Based on Haspels previous remarks, it can be said that she lacks this respect. Source: Global Times - Global Network. More exciting, please log on to the World Wide Web http://www.huanqiu.com responsible editor: Pan Qingqing_NBJS5830

Reported that Haspel apologized through social media on the 9th, saying, Your response clearly shows that the concept of our restaurant is culturally sensitive, and we promise to listen and reflect on it all the time. The statement explained that the so-called clean refers to high quality food without additives, while clean also refers to superb cooking skills.

The restaurants name Lucky Lee complicates the problem. According to the Washington Post, the name comes from Mr. Lee, Haspels husband, who makes customers feel that the restaurant is owned by Asians, and in fact Mr. Lee is white. Food critic Sharon Su said on Twitter on the 9th that the restaurant nomenclature was super deceptive. Comments say that the problem with the approval of Lucky Lee restaurants is not that a white man produces food that does not belong to his cultural heritage, but that he has no respect for the ethnic group and its catering history. Based on Haspels previous remarks, it can be said that she lacks this respect.