An essay recently published on a website linked to the Chinese government suggests banning cultural imports from Japan as one way of retaliating against perceived insults by its leadership. This could affect prospects for the success of films such as Your Name, which recently became the highest-grossing Japanese movie in China.
With a personal take on their culinary roots, chefs launch a new wave of Chinese food in America
"Chinese food is evolving in America, as China opens itself to the world and U.S. diners grow ever more obsessed with and knowledgeable about what we’re eating," writes Jamie Feldmar. "A bevy of new restaurants and cookbooks present personal takes on Chinese food, revealing the depth and diversity of one of the world’s most complex cuisines."
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