Newcomer Entrepreneur Series: Interview #2

Tania Ly

Quite often, food is a gateway to another culture.

People make connections through shared meals, experiencing a new dish or an ingredient used in a different way. Food can also transport us to memories of home with a tantalizing aroma or single bite.

For more than 25 years, Phuong Ly has created a connection between the Comox Valley and Chinese-Vietnamese culture through Gold Phoenix Asian Foods. Her business has evolved over time but the goal remains the same: to share authentic Chinese-Vietnamese dishes that bring people together no matter their cultural background.

Read the full story here at The Comox Valley Record.

Listen to the podcast episode by Holding Heritage.

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