The Fatherland was inexpensive and had the more common fare of Polish cuisine, such as pierogis, kielbasa, goulash, potato pancakes, and so on, plus some non-Polish "Amercan" food. I had veal goulash with potato pancakes and a cucumber side. The goulash was like a spicy stew, with veal that was like pot roast. Wally said his pork goulash was similar, with the meat apparently having been slow cooked for a long time. The cucumber side dish was intentionally cold in a garlicky dressing-like sauce that wasn't vinegary like dressing. Everyone shared Russian-style pierogies with potato and farmer's cheese filling. It was all very good.
At A Dong, Wally found some free VCD DVDs with Chinese writing on them, and gave me one. When I got home, I stuck it in my player and found a documentary on China's history narrated and captioned entirely in Chinese. It was followed by an orchestra piece with Chinese musicians conducted by a Caucasian maestro.