Issue: One day, an American who worked at Columbia University decided to go to China. He asked his colleague, the famous physicist Tsung-Dao Lee, a Chinese by birth who worked in the USA, to advise him on what to order in Chinese restaurants. Li, winner of the 1957 Nobel Prize in Physics, was highly respected in China. He said, "You won’t be able to pronounce these names anyway, I'd rather write them down for you."
Questions: What did Tsung-Dao Lee write on that piece of paper if his colleague was served the most delicious dishes at every restaurant?