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Ducks, Dim Sum, and Wok Stars: Chinese Food Week '11

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<a href="" rel="nofollow">Eater Scenes: Golden Unicorn, Wednesday at Noon</a> (photo: <a href="" rel="nofollow">Krieger</a>)
Eater Scenes: Golden Unicorn, Wednesday at Noon (photo: Krieger)

Eater's first ever Chinese Food Week has come to an end. Thanks to all the chefs, restaurateurs, and readers who participated. Here's a look back:

Guides and Maps: Robert Sietsema's Off the Beaten Track Chinatown · The Ultimate New York City Chinese Food Glossary · 14 New York Chinese Food Finds From Eater Readers · A Guide to New York's Chinese Food Mutants · Manhattan Chinatown's 12 Oldest Eateries

Wok Star Interviews: Ed Schoenfeld on the Golden Age of NY Chinese Food · Jason Wang of Xi'an Famous Foods · Michael Tong Looks Back on 40 Years of Shun Lee · Jimmy Chin of Midtown's Chin Chin

Chinese Food Week Specials: Michael White's Chow Fun Pappardelle with Short Ribs · Dirt Candy's Mushroom Toast · Gramercy Tavern's Moo Shu Duck and Maialino's Sucking Pig Wonton Soup · The Dutch's Lamb Char Siu · Jeffrey's Littleneck Clams and Joseph Leonard's Pork Belly

Takeout Treasures: Jean-Georges Vongerichten · Sara Jenkins · Josh Capon · Simpson Wong · Bill Telepan · Christina Tosi · Sam Hazen · Anita Lo · Amanda Freitag · Drew Nieporent

Videos: Eddie Huang Reveals his Secrets of Chinatown · Joe Ng Makes Chinatown Brasserie's Soup Dumplings · The Secret Winged Migration of Peking Ducks · Chinese Food Week 2011 Trailer

Other Features: A Design Tour of Cafe China · Who Goes There?: Big Wong King · Peking Duck House's Guide to the Perfect Peking Duck · The Peking Ducks of Chinatown · Top Sommeliers On What to Bring to BYO Chinese Spots · A Family History of Shorty Tang's Cold Sesame Noodles · Eater Scenes: Golden Unicorn, Wednesday at Noon · Conan O'Brien Delivers Chinese Food in New York

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