Ken Louey

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Ken Louey

Locality: Melbourne Area, Australia
Summary: master yoda at VicRoads
Industry: Accounting
Experience: VicRoads (Accounting industry): master yoda,   

Interests: job inquiries, expertise requests, business deals, reference requests, getting back in touch

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Empress of China Melbourne, Melbourne Inner Suburbs, Chinese ...

Ken Louey founded it in 1971 when its was one of the first Chinese restaurants to make a grand statement. It is famous for incredibly attentive service and consistently ...

HELP! Dinner in Melb with uncle tonight...!! [Archive ...

A lot of people don't know this but Gilbert Lau used to run a Resturant with Ken Louey in the 50's and 60's before they branched off and set up there own businesses

A long way to the top - Epicure - www.theage.com.au

It was a dream shared by an old colleague from the '50s Bourke Street scene, Ken Louey. Together they hatched a plan to buy the ailing Lymco restaurant a plan that ...

Gilbert Lau 1997

... his guests, recognising people who may not have visited The Flower Drum for a dozen years, or even before that, at The Empress of China, which he started with Ken Louey ...

Australian Restaurateur, Gilbert Lau, of the Flower Drum

... to welcome his guests, recognising people who may not have visited The Flower Drum for a dozen years, or even before that, at The Empress of China, which he started with Ken Louey ...

Gilbert Lau 1999

... to welcome his guests, recognising people who may not have visited The Flower Drum for a dozen years, or even before that, at The Empress of China, which he started with Ken Louey ...

www.portrait.gov.au

He opened The Empress of China with Ken Louey in 1971, and the lauded Flower Drum in 1975. Lau has recently stepped back from the business, working 60 hours a week from 90 or more.

Flower Drum - Meblourne [Archive] - Vogue Forums

Gilbert Lau and Ken Louey owned the 1st chinese restaurants in Melbourne post war. Gilbert went to open Flower Drum, Ken opened Empress of China.

A long way to the top - Epicure - www.theage.com.au

It was a dream shared by an old colleague from the '50s Bourke Street scene, Ken Louey. Together they hatched a plan to buy the ailing Lymco restaurant — a plan that came to ...

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上台主持頒獎的貴賓依次是嚴克明處長、林美豐議員、Maningham市市長Charles Pick、蔡尚喜副市長、蘇震西前市長、David 朱、Ken Louey 等。