Lau, The Author Message of Fortune Cookies
Known by many, Donald Lau will soon retire from his 30 years of job
Fortune cookies - Image credit Ksayer1
The writings on the cake, otherwise known as a special cake called by many, fortune cookies, before eating the cake, you will read the writings of a short, beautiful words of inspiration carrier, even bring unexpected luck.
Here it was, so is written in a life style website, March 15th, part of which you would like, the most fun while eating a fortune cookie.
But these short writings do not come just like that, but is managed by a special writer, Donald Lau, a mix of Japanese-American men is one of the well-known writer in American fortune cookies.
He has worked so long, you will be fascinated by all the work himself, when he wrote the messages and words of wisdom in a fortune cookies for 30 years.
Nothing lasts forever, except change itself, a special case made by this author should hang his pen.
I read a source, as reviewed in Time Magazine quoted from the Huffington Post, he had wanted to retire and find a successor, and has educated his successor, James Wong for over six months.
"I should have written 100 cakes a year, but I only wrote two or three times a month in recent years."
His long history in the company Wonton Food Inc., a noodles firm, wrappers, and the largest fortune cookies in America, where he became a head writer of fortune cookies.
Starting his career as a writer of fortune cookies in the company, because he among others, English is considered the most good.
"I think it was fate."
He even served as a chief financial staff, and will continue re-employment in this field, if he did not write again.
Open fortune cookies - Image credit Lorax
A remarkable achievement, when they produce 4 million fortune cookies a day, and wrote during the last 30 years, all the messages inserted in the cookies.
You're going to open a crispy pastry semicircular, a small sheet of paper with a brief message appeared, and Lau hoped the sentence he wrote to make people smile.
"When people eat their own fortune cookies, I wish them luck open, read and maybe laugh, then left the restaurant feeling good, so they will come back again in the next week."
Source: C Andhika Setyanti - CNN Indonesia, Time Magazine, Huffington Post