Forbes recently featured our co-chair and co-CEO, Peggy Cherng as she touches upon one of Panda's deeply held values - Giving. Outside of Panda Cares, Panda Express' philanthropic arm, our founders, Andrew and Peggy Cherng, personally donated $30 million to Caltech’s medical engineering department to support Panda's greater mission to inspire better lives in our communities.http://glassdoor.com/slink.htm?key=vQKDG
From humble beginnings, Andrew and Peggy Cherng built a family of 37,000. Learn more about their journey: http://pandaex.press/APAHMTrailblazers_5fb2
As an American Chinese company, we are proud to join the APAHM conversation and to celebrate and share our deeply held values. Through #TRAILBLAZERS, Panda celebrates the perseverance, success and legacies of Asian Pacific American luminaries including Connie Chung, the first Asian American to co-anchor a national newscast; Michael Chang, the youngest male to win a tennis Grand Slam; and our very own Peggy & Andrew Cherng, the co-founders of the world’s largest Asian restaurant concept.
As a family-owned and operated restaurant company, Panda Express's co-founders and co- CEOs, Andrew and Peggy Cherng, attribute Panda's success to the deeply rooted core value of people-first.
Learn more about Panda's culture in The New York Times piece, For Panda Express Owners, It’s About Family. http://glassdoor.com/slink.htm?key=vQVuh
Panda Express' Original Orange Chicken ranks #52 in "The 101 Dishes That Changed America" on Thrillist. Chef Andy first created the dish in 1987, it was imagined as a regional dish for Hawaii and now a guest favorite at Panda Express selling 80 million pounds every year. http://glassdoor.com/slink.htm?key=vQwbm
As part of Panda's core value of Giving, we are proud to support the Children’s Hospital Los Angeles’ Make March Matter™ campaign this month. Our local associates contribute through Panda’s Associate Giving Campaign and we invite our guests to contribute to our in-store donation box program in Southern California stores. Together, we can make a difference!
Wonder how will your restaurant career path and compensation looks like with the largest family-owned American Chinese Restaurant concept in America? Come visit http://glassdoor.com/slink.htm?key=vQjGE
Our founders, Peggy and Andrew Cherng, privately donated a Richard Indiana “LOVE” sculpture to our support center office in Rosemead. The installation sends the message that embracing love is the way for people to be the best versions of themselves.
On average we open a new store every 3 days, which means every 3 days you have an opportunity to grow with the largest family-owned American Chinese Restaurant concept in America. http://glassdoor.com/slink.htm?key=vQ7Hf
We are happy to collaborate with the Brooklyn-based artist Jing Wei to bring the traditions of Chinese New Year to life.