Town Topics — Princeton's Weekly Community Newspaper Since 1946.
Vol. LXIV, No. 26
 
Wednesday, June 30, 2010
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It’s New to Us by Jean Stratton


ASIAN AMBIANCE: Zen, the attractive new restaurant on Witherspoon Street, offers modern Asian cuisine and an inviting, relaxed atmosphere. The characters shown to the right in the photo represent tea and Zen, notes owner James Chuang. “It’s a welcoming greeting.

Ichiban, Formerly a Japanese Restaurant, Has New Name, New Cuisine, and New Look

Jean Stratton

“I didn’t want this to feel like a restaurant. I wanted it to seem as if you are visiting someone’s home.”

James Chuang, owner of the new Zen Modern Asian Cuisine restaurant, which opened in early June, was intent on creating a dining experience which at once offered high quality, delicious Asian food in a setting that encourages leisurely, unhurried dining, with time to appreciate and savor the dishes.


LOVE OF LEARNING: “Our approach is to dig deeper and to look at how an individual learns best. We help someone who is not doing as well as he or she should be, and try to find what works best for that person.” Jake Cornelius (left) and Charlie Cole are founders and owners of Milestone Academic Counseling.

Full Range of Tutoring and Coaching Services Is Offered at Milestone Academic Counseling

Jean Stratton

Jill is struggling with math; Jack has trouble with languages; Andy plays sports and can’t concentrate on homework; Annie is involved in so many extra-curricular activities that there is little time left for study or to hand in papers on time.

All smart kids, but not working up to their potential in school. How to engage them and help them become enthusiastic about learning?


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