My first memories of Peking duck are at age 14 when I washed woks at a Peking duck restaurant in my hometown of Hong Kong.
Peking duck transports me back to Hong Kong every time I make it, eat it, or smell it.
Yiyi Chen, the Director of the Institute for Hebrew and Jewish Studies at Peking University, is not convinced.
Imperial Kitchen, a restaurant in Hong Kong, makes my favorite version: smoked Peking duck with camphor wood spices.
We love cold sesame noodles, and Peking Duck, burritos and fajitas—even fish tacos are now a comfort food.
Here's a bit of gossip for you, blown along with the dust of Peking.
After six weeks in Japan, we set out for Peking, going by way of Korea.
Besides, my father is at present under a cloud, and I am now on my way to Peking to try to release him from his difficulties.
Apropos of all this there's a good story at present going the rounds of Peking.
There was never in the world such a place for rumors as Peking.
former transliteration of what is now (in the pinyin system) called Beijing. In the Wade-Giles system it was Peiping; this form Peking pre-dates Wade-Giles and was formed by the old British-run, Hong Kong-based Chinese postal system.