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From pizza to jiaozi, with love's bridging touch

By Qiu Yijiao | China Daily | Updated: 2009-06-18 08:10

Italian Laura Iesse is only familiar with one hutong in Beijing. Unlike other visitors who lose themselves in the maze-like alleys, she heads directly to her destination - home.

Without even changing out of her business suit, she rushes into the poky kitchen to help her future mother-in-law Zhang Ji'e prepare dinner.

"Laura is very filial. She is well aware of China's family traditions," says Zhang, before turning to Iesse to ask where the vinegar is.

From pizza to jiaozi, with love's bridging touch

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