SF small business owners say APEC security has kept customers away

Before this week's summit, San Francisco said the influx of global leaders and CEO's would be good for local businesses. This may not be true for many who work near the APEC security zone and Chinatown. Business owners in the South of Market neighborhood and Chinatown say tight security measures such as road closures have kept customers away. The expected APEC boom has turned into a bust for Manny Ramirez, owner of Bocado located on Folsom Street near Moscone Center where the APEC Summit is being held.

'Amber Lee's Chinatown' Part 4: Far East & AA Bakery

As part of our celebration of AAPI Heritage Month, KTVU's Amber Lee shares with us her knowledge of San Francisco Chinatown and the food it offers. Amber tells us her experience was shaped by her parents and long history with that neighborhood. We take a look at two more locations that have to do with celebrations.

'Amber Lee's Chinatown' Part 3: Fresh seafood and cured meats

Part of our weekly mini-series about the wonderful food that our own Amber Lee grew up with in San Francisco Chinatown. This week, Amber looks at two businesses: a restaurant that specializes in fresh seafood and unique dim sum. The other is a 167-year-old shop that makes Chinese sausage and bacon.