Its Owner Is Mourned, but a Chinese Restaurant Goes On

by TIMOTHY WILLIAMS AND CASSI FELDMAN; CARA BUCKLEY CONTRIBUTED REPORTING

At Jade Mountain, a Chinese restaurant in the East Village where change comes slowly, if at all, a waiter served dishes of chop suey and egg foo yong yesterday to diners seated in cream-colored banquettes at Formica tables. The scene could have occurred almost any day since the restaurant …

Copyright 2006 The New York Times Company

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