I felt it was a "holier than thou" approach. As in, look at all these things wrong with Chinese restaurants, let me fix them for you uneducated folk.
My only issue is how they marketed - less oily and icky? Seems generally insensitive. I’m good with trying to keep it healthier.
They already have the healthy options on many Chinese menus. I don't order those tho...
Being objective here... not sure I felt racist about how it was being branded. Just me?
My Chinese mom calls the foods they listed in the article as greasy... and “heaty” which is Cantonese terms for unhealthy. So I think it was spot on?
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