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by Robyn Lee

Midnight at the Dragon Café.
By Judy Fong Bates. McClelland & Stewart, 2005
315 pp.$19.99

book midnight at the dragon cafePierre Burton once said that the small-town Chinese restaurant is as much of a Canadian icon as the beaver or the maple leaf. Having grown up in small-town Ontario where her parents ran a Chinese laundry, Judy Fong Bates had not known how true those words were until the summer that she drove across Canada on vacation with her own family. ...

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