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June 21, 1996 - Image 109

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1996-06-21

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Golden Harvest serves
real Hong Kong cuisine

THE ENVOY CAFE

Casual Dining

DAILY LUNCH &
DINNER SPECIALS

help some of the churches rebuild;
this week, Jewish groups were
considering helping with that
fund drive.
"Many of our congregations
around the country are already
participating in the effort to raise
money for the rebuilding of these
churches," said Rabbi David
Saperstein, director of the Reli-
gious Action Center of Reform Ju-
daism. "And we're working closely
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communities to forge ongoing
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Business Boom
To Continue?

The recent election of Mr. Ne-
tanyahu has generated worries
about the surge in business de-
velopment activity throughout
the region.
But those concerns did not put
a damper on a conference in
Washington that brought to-
gether more than 80 business
people to discuss what planners
hope will be a continuing eco-
nomic renaissance in Israel, the
Palestinian self-rule area and
Arab nations that have joined in
the move toward peace.
Participants included the
PLO's representative in Wash-
ington,
Alasan Abdel Rahman, Col-
lette Avital, Israel's counsel-gen-
eral in New York, and a handful
of political leaders.
Rep. Lee Hamilton, D-Ind., a

major figure in congressional
Middle East policy-making, told
the group that it is important to
give the Netanyahu government
a chance to work out its approach
to the Middle East peace talks;
Mr. Rahman agreed with that
assessment.
Planners of the event pre-
sented the Ron Brown Peace
through Commerce award to
three pioneers in the regional
economic boom: Ziad Karram,
a Palestinian-American who has
- put together a group that will
build a $62 million Marriott Ho-
tel in Gaza; Culligan Water
Technologies, which is building
a water purification plant in Jeri-
cho; and General Motors and its
Israeli partner, Universal Mo-
tors.
"Some people believe you have
to do things sequentially — fin-
ish the political agenda before
you can make economic
progress," said Jeff Kahn, a com-
munications consultant and one
of the planners of this weeks con-
ference. "We suggest something
else: economic development can
contribute significantly to diplo-
matic progress."
That dynamic, he said, is es-
pecially important in the Middle
East, where burgeoning eco-
nomic cooperation eventually
may overcome enduring political
animosities. 0

The Golden Harvest is a Chinese restaurant for people who
won't be put off when they spot the eel tank where the snake-like
creatures slither around awaiting their fate.
Or who aren't taken aback when a cook in splattered apron
comes out of the kitchen to net a lobster from another tank (there
are four) and plop it into a pan.
It's for people unconcerned that napkins are paper and the table-
ware serviceable at best, under bright lights in a room with virtu-
ally no "atmosphere," if by atmosphere we mean dangling lanterns
and paper parasols. It's for those who want an authentic Chinese
food experience.
Anyone who wanders into the place thinking it's just another
almond chicken emporium is going to get a surprise. Let me quickly
add: They do serve almond chicken, simply for survival, because
it's a fact that some non-Asians cling to dishes like this that they
have come to know as "Chinese," and order them even when more
interesting stuff is available.
But the real premise is the place is Hong Kong-style cooking
done by chefs who arrived here from that city via New York. Head
chef Lau Qiang Wei, dim sum chefs Hing Tim Cheung and Xi Hua
Zhang and proprietor Mi Chu Zhang do not speak English. For-
tunately for them, manager Tony Chen does the interpreting when
needed.

GOLDEN HARVEST CHINESE RESTAURANT

* * out of 4 stars for food and * out of 4 stars for amenities

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810-751-5288

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