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Richard Chen
Lives in Oakland, CA, USA
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Why can't we have salaryman lunch in America? うまい、安い、早い!
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+Richard Chen  Hayai, Umai Yasui!  Yoshinoya!!!  早い、旨い、安い!  we need lunch like this in America more for sure! 
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My first track car was a 190E Cosworth, tagged up as #11 honoring Senna. The steering wheel was indeed very, very, big.
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米スプリントのお父さんなCM。Shiba-inu だったらイケてた
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エイプリルフールはもうお腹いっぱいだけど +Audi Japan / アウディ ジャパン の「くわとろ」湯呑は激欲しい。http://www.audi.jp/sushi/ 
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I have seen the future, and will be taking up other spectator motorsports.
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+Simon Tong For me, sound and speed. The EV screech gets pretty tiring after a while, and I think the cars were topping out at around 160kph. The spec allows for max speed of 220kph, but I think the drivers had to be careful about battery consumption. Also, the cars were 100% same spec between the teams, so not much of an engineering competition either.

Felt much like watching an EV Kart race (like at K1 Speed, fun spot, recommended!) which are much more successful as a participatory sport.
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Group cliff diving + EDM = Good times. Nice editing work.
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I waited for Kimi to blink a Morse code message for help, but Ferrari probably has him at gunpoint.
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1) Oooh, Luc Besson movie set in Taipei!
2) Choi Min-sik is Korean, but that's OK because Oldboy.
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"Moore’s meal reminded me of a singular pleasure from the pre-celebrity-chef era: Eating extraordinary, simple food executed by the person who imagined it." ‪#‎EatOakland‬
Celebrity chefs have made our dining culture better, sure. Just not necessarily our dinner.
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Some day, when I have dedicated staff in residence, I will have delicious dumplings made by hand and eat it every day. Or, I might just move back in with my mom. Until then, this is my go-to spot for picking up 50-count bags of frozen shui jiao dumplings that allow for quick, delicious meals in 10 minutes. Much tastier than anything you might pick up at 99 Ranch or, heavens forbid, Trader Joe's. I had originally heard about this place from my mom, in fact, maybe 8-10 years ago. She isn't known for aimlessly driving through nondescript neighborhoods in search of papered-over storefronts housing clandestine dumpling-making operations; she had chatted up a restaurant owner who fessed up his dumpling source. Life hasn't been the same since. As the other reviews have suggested it's located in an odd residential location, with a dicey-looking storefront. Trust whatever car navigation tool you use. Once you open the door, you're an arm's length away from the worktable where a few ladies are relentlessly forming dumplings by hand. $13 for a bag of 50 chicken dumplings, $16 for the pork-shrimp-chives combo, cash-and-carry. Boil for 10 minutes, drain, serve with favorite sauces (I'm partial to soy sauce + Yank Sing chili sauce) and be happy. Their xiao lung bao is good, and not spectacular, but since I'm neither able nor willing to make them myself, far be it for me to complain. The owner is unfailingly nice and friendly, and seems genuinely happy that people drive out of the way to his business. A wonderful spot.
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