Take a Bite out of Shanghai History at the Jue Lan Club

In NYC, you can sink your teeth into any part of the globe. These days, New Yorkers are looking east to satisfy their latest craving.

At the Jue Lan Club, Chef Oscar Toro is mixing traditional Chinese flavors with modern food trends.

SinoVision Journal reporter went to his restaurant for a sneak peak and brings you the story.

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