I’ll always be Chinese first. It probably isn’t politically correct to say or something that the majority understands; I can change my shoes, I can swap my passport, but, I’ll always have this face.
I had no desire to be a chef, but I had a desire to be someone who was heard.
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|Birth:||1st March, 1982|
|Profession:||Chef, Lawyer, Restaurateur, Writer|
Edwyn Charles "Eddie" Huang was born in Washington, D.C, US. He is an American restaurateur, chef, writer, and lawyer. He owns BaoHaus, a sandwich shop in the East Village of Manhattan. He attended The University of Pittsburgh and Rollins College, graduating with a B.A. in English and Film from Rollins in 2004. In 2008, Huang earned a J.D. from Cardozo School of Law. Huang's first job as a lawyer was working in corporate law at Chadbourne & Parke in New York City. Fresh Off the Boat: A Memoir was released in early 2013, receiving favorable reviews from Publishers Weekly and The New York Times.
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