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Donald H. Lau

Chief Fortune Writer

Wonton Food Inc.

HQ Phone:  (718) 628-6868

Email: d***@***.com

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Wonton Food Inc.

220-222 Moore St.

Brooklyn, New York,11206

United States

Company Description

The family-owned and operated Wonton Food was founded by Mr. C. S. Wong, born in China's Guangdong province and came to the United States in the 1960s. Mr. Wong started manufacturing noodles in the basement of a small street level store in New York City's Chin...more

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For 30 years, Donald Lau has been the "Chief Fortune Writer" at Wonton Foods, a manufacturer that touts itself to be one of the world's largest producers of fortune cookies.
But now, Lau is leaving his position following a long bout of writer's block. More...


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If you've ever cracked open a fortune cookie, there's a good chance you might have encountered the wit of 68-year-old Donald Lau.
Donald Lau has worked for Wonton Foods since the 1980s, when it was just a small noodle company in Chinatown; as the organization grew and production increased, he took over writing the fortunes for the cookies. Lau plans to retire from the Chief Fortune Writer position at the end of this ear, so the Eater video team sat down with him to learn about the tricks of his trade. But fortune cookie writer Donald Lau's only hope is that the fortune cookie leaves you happy. Talk story about fortune cookie writer Donald Lau... Lottery officials suspected a scam until they traced the sequence to a fortune printed with the digits "22-28-32-33-39-40" and Donald Lau's prediction: "All the preparation you've done will finally be paying off."...


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INDUSTRY: Agriculture and Food | CONTACT: Donald Lau Secretary | PHONE: (718) 628-6868 | EMAIL: donaldlau@wontonfood.com
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According to the Huffington Post article, America's Top Fortune Cookie Writer Is Quitting, Donald Lau, chief fortune writer at Wonton Food, the largest manufacturer of fortune cookies in the U.S., is passing the pen after spending 30 years wordsmithing for cookies.
Afflicted with a severe case of writer's block, he decided to call it quits. But don't worry, Lau's career at Wonton isn't over just yet. He also happens to be the company's CFO. Fortunately, Lau understands the true power words can have in marketing, and he made to sure to fill his former writing position with excellent new talent.


Wonton Food Inc.

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If you've ever cracked open a fortune cookie, there's a good chance you might have encountered the wit of 68-year-old Donald Lau.
Donald Lau has worked for Wonton Foods since the 1980s, when it was just a small noodle company in Chinatown; as the organization grew and production increased, he took over writing the fortunes for the cookies. Lau plans to retire from the Chief Fortune Writer position at the end of this ear, so the Eater video team sat down with him to learn about the tricks of his trade. But fortune cookie writer Donald Lau's only hope is that the fortune cookie leaves you happy. Talk story about fortune cookie writer Donald Lau... Lottery officials suspected a scam until they traced the sequence to a fortune printed with the digits "22-28-32-33-39-40" and Donald Lau's prediction: "All the preparation you've done will finally be paying off."...


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