There was a time when Hong Kong cha chaan tengs were very popular in mainland China. I guess mainland China has always been a part of Hong Kong. or: contemporary Chinese dishes are often spicy for whatever reason. I don’t like spicy. Palates don’t lie, so she says…

Aug 7, 2022 · 5:52 PM UTC

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A free and democratic Taiwan is imperative. It is not nor will it be, except by its own unlikely choice, a part of anything except it’s own place in the world. And it has the best dumplings and Chinese food on the planet!
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agree on the best dumplings part, but some reservations over best Chinese food… define “Chinese food” like which of the 8 main cuisines are you talking about lol best Cantonese food definitely not in Taiwan, and not Hong Kong… the answer is Vancouver
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Don't forget Hong Kong has 7000 years of history while China has only 5000 😌
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Has to be Toronto for Chinese food
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depends what kind of Chinese food you are speaking of; and Vancouver?
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BRB looking up locations of McDonald’s in China
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or KFC as it sells 油条
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Australia is home to more than 3000 Thai restaurants. So time for the Thai king to switch from Germany, move to his home country and settle down in Sydney?
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There may have one or two Shandong dumpling outlets in Taipei before 1949. That explains…
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Using the same logic, there are heaps of ramen/la mien store in Japan. Japan must be a part of China. Hence there is no such thing about Japan invaded China. It should be a civil war…
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