By Taylor McClure, Special to The Record – The Record recently came across this photograph in its archives of the Nanking Café that was once located in Sherbrooke at 2637 King Street West. Founded in 1951 by Mr. Sack Fun Lee, the Chinese restaurant became a significant fixture in the area. In 1958, Mr. Sack Fun Lee passed down the restaurant to his son Jack W. Lee. Born in China in 1929, Jack made his way to Canada in 1952 and started to work in the family business. He took on the role of keeping Nanking Café alive. He also began to make changes to Nanking that would result in the restaurant making a name for itself in the province. See full story in the Tuesday, June 4 edition of The Record.