Ming Tsai is a restaurateur, television personality, and celebrity chef. Tsai has several restaurants all over America.

His restaurants have focused on east-west fusion cuisine, including significant stakes in Blue Ginger in Wellesley, Massachusetts from 1998 to 2017, and Blue Dragon in the Fort Point Channel area of Boston.

Tsai is the host of Simply Ming, a cooking show featured on American Public Television. He is the host for the current seventeenth-season running.

Tsai hosted include Ming’s Quest, a cooking show featured on the Fine Living Network, and East Meets West. Tsai appeared in the Food Network cooking competition The Next Iron Chef (2010).

Who Is Ming Tsai?

Ming Tsai was born on March 29, 1964, in Newport Beach, California. He is the only child of his parents; Iris and Stephen Tsai.

Growing up, Ming attended The Miami Valley School in Dayton, Ohia. He has also completed and earned degrees from Yale University, Cornell University, and Le Cordon Bleu.

Ming’s career kickstarted on Cooking Live in 1997. He hosted East Meets West on the Food Network from 1998 to 2003.

In 1998, he opened his first restaurant with his wife, Polly Tsai. The restaurant, Blue Ginger, is an Asian Fusion restaurant that has become a Zagat and James Beard-recognized establishment.

Tsai has also written five cookbooks; Blue Ginger, Simply Ming, Ming’s Master Recipes, Simply Ming: One-Pot Meals, and Simply Ming in Your Kitchen.

He has won several awards and accolades for his work. In 2000, Ming was on the 50 Most Beautiful People list published by People magazine. He has also been inducted into the Culinary Hall of Fame.

Ming Tsai’s Net Worth

Ming Tsai has a net worth of $10 million. Tsai is an American restaurateur, television personality, and celebrity chef.

Ming earns his wealth from his multiple ventures.

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