In cheerfully multicultural Vancouver, the locals decided that Lunar New Year and Robert Burns day might go well together. That’s how GUNG HAGGIS FAT CHOY occurred. A dinner is held in which Scottish and Chinese foods are served, and a confusing set of events occurs, with bagpipes, ghost stories etc. I’m not sure how everyone feels a few hours later but it’s a great example of how to have fun with other people’s cultures.

Gung Haggis Fat Choy dinner plate
The appetizer platter: Spicy jellyfish (center), , Lo-Bak-Goh turnip cake (front), BBQ pork (right) and haggis & pork shu-mei dumplings (left).

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