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The South Korean government wants China to change its name for kimchi, Victor Mair notes at Slate, because the current translation fails to distinguish
President Xi Jinping’s unannounced visit to Beijing’s Qingfeng Steamed Bun Restaurant has led Weibo users to search for symbolic
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The Globe and Mail reports on Fortune Cookie, an expat owned American-style Chinese restaurant that might be the mainland’s first to
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