App delivers a taste of home for immigrants


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  • Tuesday, 14 Mar 2017

Shirley Zhang with her phone and WeChat. She uses WeChat to purchase dumplings. (Glenn Koenig/Los Angeles Times/TNS)

LOS ANGELES: Shirley Zhang knows she can get a perfectly reliable Chinese dumpling from a restaurant chain such as Din Tai Fung. 

But to get that home-cooked taste – with dumpling skin that's extra chewy and meat filling that's always generous – the Chinatown resident turns to WeChat

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