Chink's Steaks is a Philadelphia institution which has operated for over a half century from a modest store in the Philly neighborhood of Wissinoming. Now, rather than some of the best cheesesteaks in the city, it finds itself serving up controversy as a result of its culturally insensitive name. "It's been here 55 years and no one has ever questioned it. Everybody's welcome here. I know there's a lot of racist people in the world but I'm not one of them." Is Park right in that the store SHOULD change the name because it IS deragotory? Or is this more of the polical correctness running amok? I'd love to go with the latter but Chink is pretty up there as offensive. Sure it's not Kike or Nigger but to Chinese it is on the same caliber. I also do not believe the owner would suffer too much with the name change.