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What is it like being a Canadian running a restaurant in one of the world's toughest cities for cuisine criticism?
For get a taste, read through our now-completed chat with Haan Palcu-Chang, a Canadian chef who owns and runs an award-winning restaurant in Paris called Le Mary Celeste.
He's part of our New Radicals series, in which we are shining a spotlight on young, emerging Canadians who are blazing a different trail in arts, culture and food.
We were joined Thursday by freelance writer Karen Pinchin, who wrote about Palcu-Chang in The Globe and Mail's Life section Wednesday.
If you'd like to view an archive of the conversation, simply click on the ScribbleLive box below. Mobile users may want to click here for an easier-to-read format.