Dot Com Pho – The Olympic Edition

We’re calling this Dot Com Pho the Olympic Edition because of the Vancouver 2010 Winter Games. However, it could have just as well been the Valentine’s Day Edition or the Chinese New Year Edition since they’re all happening at the same time. With three big happy events happening, we figured it was only right to head to Happy Pho on Main Street and King Edward to celebrate.

Our happy Dot Com crew were joined by the Affiliate Summit Blog Mistress, Heather and her daughter. Chef Aaron Koo made the trip in as well. Among the regulars were Ed Lau, Michael yurechko and Stephen Fung, who showed up last. Anyone is welcome to join us at Dot Com Pho. Follow me on Twitter to find the time and location of the next one.

For this edition of Dot Com Pho, we have a happy Olympic Chinese Valentine’s New Year, how to handle Olympic protesters, chicken hot pot, making a lemon soda, China Vs. Canada opening ceremonies, spelling edition wrong, buzzing Google Buzz and the Apple iPad is the Gadget of the Week. Enjoy!

26 thoughts on “Dot Com Pho – The Olympic Edition”

  1. VItaly says:

    Looks like you guys had nice time 😉

    1. Pho means always great time.

      Ed and John is the life of this. Both pulling each other legs is treat to see.

  2. Hey John,

    Crystal and I had fun joining you all today for the Olympic Edition of Dot Com Pho! What a great way to celebrate the Olympics, Valentine’s Day and Chinese New Year. Happy Pho makes awesome Chicken Hot Pot 🙂

    Gung Hay Fat Choy!

    1. You were really excited and selected unique dish which no one ordered yet.

  3. Diabetis says:

    I wish that I could go there as well!

  4. Looks like it was a lot fun!

    Must be crowded in Vancouver during the Olympics.

    1. I haven’t been there since it has started but at the start of Feb is was starting to show signs of cramping! Will be back there soon to check it out!

  5. The Olympic Edition, published on St Valentine’s Day…..Happy St Valentine’s Day to all you beautiful people, I hope you all had a good one. Then Happy Chinese New Year to everybody too….may the year of the Tiger be a truly remarkable one!

  6. John you have added Olympic pho but I think name of this should be iPad and according to ed iFAN.

    Ed, you are fabulous man.

  7. Have a great Chinese year and all days of this year will be like valentine day and all business which you would start will start like as Olympic Opening Ceremony.

  8. fas says:

    The ipad thing was really funny.

    1. Guys you should have a look at this … killer of iPad –

      I am really impressed with this.

      1. WOW! That is rather nice! Awesome piece of technology that is definitely a notch above the iPad!

  9. chester says:

    Have a great Olympic, Valentines, new year everyone!

    1. thank you chester, you too! should be good

  10. Divena says:

    Happy new year, John!

    We are going to celebrate the chinese new year at calle capone in lima … Here in Peru is a very big chinese community – did you know this?

    Looks like you have had fun up in vancouver, too!

    Greetings from Perú, Divena

  11. Chris says:

    Looks kinda fun

  12. Scott Short says:

    What is the main way a Chinese New Year is celebrated?

    1. Ed Lau says:

      Eating loads of food and receiving money (if you’re not married).

  13. My goal is to be available to make it to one of these by the end of this month! I need to make it happen, would be great to meet you guys!

  14. Unfortunately, an evident problem of the Olympics is rioting. I wish it didn’t have to attract boneheads to our fine city.

  15. Agree with Ed wholeheartedly about the protesters!

  16. LOL! Looks like you guys had a great time. The chicken in the pot looked delicious. Gotta try it out.

    Wish you a belated Happy Olympic Chinese Valentine’s New Year by the way 🙂

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