BY LARA OZAKI
Started in 2002 with only three tables to accommodate 12 customers, Old Town Chinese Restaurant has grown to three locations, the latest being the 575-square-foot to-go restaurant on Andersen Air Force Base, which opened on Jan. 22. Owned by Lida Corp., the restaurant chain is a member of the Chinese Chamber of Commerce.
The first restaurant was in Tumon and purchased by Li Liu, who had moved to Guam from Shenyang, China in 2000.
“Although business was good, it wasn’t until after Super Typhoon Pongsona that Old Town really boomed. While . . .
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