Coordinates: 36°20′00″N 119°38′49″W / 36.333273°N 119.646889°W / 36.333273; -119.646889 The Imperial Dynasty restaurant was a five-star restaurant in Hanford, California. The restaurant was founded in 1883 in Hanford's Chinatown, and was run by the same family for four generations.
Richard Wing combined French and Chinese cooking in the 1960s to create one of the first fusion cuisines. The restaurant closed in early 2006. Wing died in 2010 at the age of 89.
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... He ordered all his sons to respectfully serve the Han dynasty generation by generation, and to never turn their backs on it ... expressed his attachment to, and admiration for, the Han dynasty ... General-in-Chief of Hexi, Dou Rong, following Imperial instructions, bestowed on Kang the titles of “King of Chinese Suoju, Performer of Heroic Deeds Who ...
... some talk among the coalition of appointing Liu Yu, an imperial relative, as emperor, and gradually its members began to fall out ... in the time of instability instead of seriously wishing to restore the Han Dynasty's authority ... to control the other warlords and force them to comply in order to restore the Han Dynasty ...
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