Sushi Chef, Tea House Asian Bistro
Hometown: Jingle City, China
Mostly Chinese Country music.
I read Golf Magazine. My son is 13 and the day he was born I quit golfing. Now that my kids are older we can play together. It’s a really wonderful thing. I never thought I would be able to play again.
Baseball. I don’t have a favorite team, but a lot of customers ask me why I like the Boston Red Sox (because of the “Red Socks Rolls” on their sushi menu). I also like the New York Giants and I watch the Golf Channel.
“Jurassic World” with my kids. I think I like the old one better, though- the first one especially. I watched that one maybe 100, 200 times to learn English.
Hawaii. The sushi there is comparable to the best in Tokyo. The fish over there is great.
I garden in the mornings. I work all the time, so my only free time is in the morning. That’s when I garden.
Something I made myself. Not sushi, though. Everyday I look at fish. It would be something simple, something fresh from my garden- some vegetables.
I really want to be able to solve a Rubik’s Cube with a blindfold. A few years ago, I was pretty quick, and my son is very good at it now. It’s something I want to do before I die.
A chess set. When I was young I won a chess tournament in China. My wife and three children. I couldn’t pick just one, or else my wife would be mad at me, so I would bring them all. Video games- I spend a lot of time playing them. It’s what I do for fun.