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UCLA Student's Racist Rant Inspires New Chinese Food Delivery Service for Campus

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Remember (former) UCLA co-ed Alexandra Wallace and her "racist rant" video about Chinese students on their cellphones in the library? While for one creative man, her ignorant (or faux-ignorant?) take on the Chinese language translated into "I love you," a new food delivery business serving the campus is embracing Ching-Chong-Ling-Long and hoping it means cash in the bank.

The delivery service is an off-shoot of the Palace Restaurant Seafood & Dim Sum. The restaurant has an ad that explains the philosophy behind the new delivery service: "We believe that the best way to combat intolerance is through a positive cultural experience mixed in with a healthy serving of humor," notes Gawker. And forget the food, the service itself is a pretty intense bill of goods, calling themselves "Westwood's newest, sexiest, drop-dead delicious Asian-food Delivery."

If you live or work on the UCLA Campus and Fraternity/Sorority Row or in Westwood Village or North Village, CCLL delivery can bring you your next order of Kung Pao Chicken.