Many years ago, when Loraine and I traveled a lot, we had pork chops in a Chinese restaurant in Los Angeles, CA. that were somewhat unique and extremely good. Of course the next time we were in L.A., we went to the restaurant only to find that it was under new management and the pork chops weren't even on the menu anymore.
Since then we have tried a lot of Chinese pork chops but none matched the pork chops from that original L.A. Chinese restaurant. So, a few years ago we started experimenting to see if we could recreate the pork chop recipe that we loved so much.
As we remember, and not forgetting that we are getting old and are memories are not what they used to be, we believe that we have created the flavor of the original dish. I would point out that we do remember that the original dish was made with bone-in pork chops (makes it look like you are getting more for your money). We use boneless center cut pork chops which we flatten and tenderize.