Cathay Pacific rounds up new chefs for Chinese food promotion

January 2011
PAX International;Jan/Feb2011, Vol. 15 Issue 1, p10
The article reports that Cathay Pacific Airways Ltd.'s Best Chinese Food in the Air promotion will round up six recipes from six new chefs including Can Sui-kei of the Celestial Court Chinese restaurant, Kenny Chan Kai-tak of the Yunyan Sichuan restaurant, and Chean Kam-fu of Celebrity Cuisine, for a period of six months.


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