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Thursday, August 11 • 9:00am - 10:30am
Asian: More Than Just A Flavor

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Food is an important expression of culture and identity — so what happens when non-Asian chefs are the ones who get recognized for cooking food that's been around for hundreds of years? How should we approach it when traditional flavors start to become a trend? And are Asian chefs getting their due? Chefs, food writers, and academics discuss how to talk about race, ethnicity, and identity when it comes to food and dining.

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Sonia Chopra

Managing Editor, Eater
Sonia Chopra is the managing editor of Eater. She is based out of New York City.

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Yannick Augy

Director of Restaurant Projects US, Hakkasan Group
Yannick Augy earned his education at the Culinary School Jacques Coeur – Bourges – France, specializing in “Culinary Genius and Arts” and completed a Masters in Hospitality Management and Tourism Accounting from the University of Angers and soon would embark on his professional journey. Yannick trained as a Demi-Chef at the Michelin-starred Le Clos des Sens - Châteaux & Hôtels de France and Assistant... Read More →
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Serena Dai

News Editor, Eater New York
Serena Dai is a News Editor at Eater New York, covering breaking news and trends about restaurants and the food industry across NYC. Previously, she reported on business, real estate, and restaurants for neighborhood news site DNAinfo in Brooklyn and Chicago. Her work has appeared in the TheAtlantic.com, New York magazine, the Associated Press, Miami Herald, and more.
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Grace Hwang Lynch

Freelance Journalist, HapaMama
As a journalist and essayist, Grace Hwang Lynch explores the evolving relationship between immigrant cultures and mainstream America. A former television news reporter, she founded HapaMama.com in 2008 to give voice to Asian mixed-race family issues. Whether writing about food, parenting or current events, Grace analyzes her subjects through the lens of culture and ethnicity. Her work has also been published by PBS, PRI, Salon, xoJane, and... Read More →


Thursday August 11, 2016 9:00am - 10:30am
Verona

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