pot restaurant: He's a PNP immigrant from the city of Chengdu, where hot pot is very popular, according to CBC. He went to cooking school for two years to learn it. Everyone wants to try new things of different cultures.' Dylan Zhao It's very popular in China, Zhao tells me. Zhao invested about half a million dollars on renovating the vintage building previously Kosy Korner diner and admits he didn't do much market research to determine whether there was an appetite for hot pot. You know how many immigrants come from China, and P.E.I. does not have hot pot restaurant, he points out. He's confident it'll be successful, though. (www.immigrantscanada.com). As reported in the news.
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