The Momofuku founder will donate the cash restaurant workers affected by Covid-19
Chang is a renowned Asian American chef who founded the Momofuku restaurant group.
His $1 million question was “although he and his wife never touched a light switch for fear of being shocked, who was the first president to have electricity in the White House?”
Chang used his lifeline to phone a friend before guessing President Benjamin Harrison, despite expressing concern that Harrison may not have even been a president.
The 43-year-old entrepreneur will donate his cash to the Southern Smoke Foundation, which helps those in the F&B sector who have been affected by the Coronavirus pandemic.
“Having a million dollars right now, at this moment, is a game changer for many, many families,” Chang said.
In other news, a Singaporean mother who contracted Coronavirus has given birth to a baby with virus antibodies.