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December 11, 1988 | EUGENE MEYER, The Washington Post
It's the Great American Success Story. And it's strictly kosher. It's the Moshe Dragon glatt kosher Chinese restaurant in a Rockville, Md., shopping center. Located next to Katz's Kosher Supermarket, the 2-month-old restaurant is at the center of kosher culture in suburban Montgomery County. Its proprietor is Lenny Ung, 28. No, he's not Jewish. He's Buddhist by background, a Vietnamese immigrant who traces his ancestry to China. With his family, Ung fled the Vietnam War to Cambodia.
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December 11, 1988 | EUGENE MEYER, The Washington Post
It's the Great American Success Story. And it's strictly kosher. It's the Moshe Dragon glatt kosher Chinese restaurant in a Rockville, Md., shopping center. Located next to Katz's Kosher Supermarket, the 2-month-old restaurant is at the center of kosher culture in suburban Montgomery County. Its proprietor is Lenny Ung, 28. No, he's not Jewish. He's Buddhist by background, a Vietnamese immigrant who traces his ancestry to China. With his family, Ung fled the Vietnam War to Cambodia.
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OPINION
May 1, 1988
Somehow your article concerning Israel's new procedure for handling visas for emigrating Soviet Jews included a comment attributed to me that misunderstood the position of the Union of Councils for Soviet Jews (Part I, April 21). It's correct that we are urging the State Department to take "immediate steps." Such steps, however, relate to demanding of the Soviets at the summit that Jews holding permission to leave continue to have multiple exit routes to the West since the new Israeli procedures will limit those with Israeli visas to the sole route to Jerusalem, with a consequent loss of refugee status in the United States.
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