There's a new pizza joint in the hood.
The Chinese name is 'ke li en,' which could possibly be translated as 'establish grace for the customer.'
A couple of friends and I had lunch there today, and enjoyed our 'Italian Amorous Feelings" pizza (pepperoni and onions) while listening to Korean praise music playing over the sound system. The tip-off was one song's constant repetition of 'ha-le-lu-jah', which is the same in just about any language.
As Rob Gifford says in his book China Road, "China messes with my head on a daily basis."