Gung Haggis Fat Choy rings in the Year of the Sheep

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      With Robbie Burns Day on Sunday (January 25) and Chinese New Year on February 19 marking the beginning of the Year of the Sheep, it almost makes sense to celebrate with haggis—the Scottish delicacy made with sheep innards.

      Todd Wong does it every year, regardless, for his Gung Haggis Fat Choy Robbie Burns Chinese New Year Dinner, a cultural mashup that features deep-fried haggis wontons, haggis dim sum, and haggis lettuce wrap.

      The 18th annual event takes place at Pink Pearl Chinese Restaurant (1132 East Hastings Street) on February 8; tickets on Eventbrite cost $65, with discounts for students, children, and tables of 10.

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      It's Year of the Ram...

      Jan 26, 2015 at 6:23pm

      ...if you want to be gender specific. Hey, Dodge should really get in on this advertising-wise.

      http://www.cbavancouver.ca/

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      Todd Wong

      Feb 9, 2015 at 2:40pm

      Sorry everybody - dinner was postponed this year (health issues)... hopefully we will have new date set soon.

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