Peking Restaurant was my home. It was where I grew up, where I got my first paycheck and where my family worked for generations. It taught me how to observe the world and how a little bit of kindness and respect can go a long way. It made me appreciate the little things in life, especially time with family. You see food has this amazing ability to bring people together and with our tiny mom and pop establishment, we were able serve generation after generation. We made long lasting friendships, countless memories, and the best impression on the city of San Diego. It was one of the hardest decisions we made when we retired the business after 88 years but of all the things I am grateful for, it is for making me the person I am today.