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Hong Kong Monument In Harvard Square

Tribute to Sen Lee - founder of the Hong Kong in Harvard Square

Tribute to Sen Lee - founder of the Hong Kong in Harvard Square

Hong Kong Monument In Harvard Square   Wander around Harvard Square and you’ll stumble upon memorials –  to the Colonial days, to the Revolution, to various classes at Harvard, and to modern day Cantabridgians too.

I was tickled to come across the monument on the right while walking through the Square recently.

It’s a tribute to Sen Lee, the founder and long-time proprietor of the Hong Kong restaurant across the street.  Sen Lee opened the Hong Kong more than fifty years ago.  It’s a Harvard Square institution and  a  popular place to see comedy shows. 

My Hong Kong experience is limited to the Faneuil Hall Hong Kong where I briefly waitressed while in graduate school.  Now that was an easy waitressing gig – plop down the scorpion bowl, stick some straws in it, and collect the tip. Sweet!

The Hong Kong in Harvard Square

The Hong Kong in Harvard Square

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