The connection between Cambodia and American pastry entrepreneurship is most pronounced in California, where, by one recent count, 90 percent of all independent doughnut shops are owned by Cambodians.
Doughnuts became the proverbial bootstraps by which an entire immigrant community pulled itself up in America, and specifically in California—just as laundry was for Chinese at one time, or gardening for Japanese, and later Mexican immigrants. And Ngoy became the so-called king of the Cambodian doughnut.
しかしなぜWalnut Creek!? 理由が知りたい。