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Q: What's the most popular Chinese dish or cuisine?

6 weeks 3 days ago in  Food  - China

 
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Among Chinese?

 

Rice cousine, without a doubt since pile of rice is served with every meal in China. 

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Bat soup apparently ????

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KFC or hamburgers

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I believe it would be Noodles.

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fkn nuts about the mi fan... I should take pics,,,,  college boys would pile like a kg of that grain, isn't it a grain? up on their trays... freaky to see....   yes, these oafish 20 yr olds who weigh 180kg need a lot to fill that sack of a stomach, but,,,, c'mon man!  eat a human amount,, don't try to show off by being such a pig.  But unfortunately, that reasonableness is lost on them...

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More on "The most popular Chinese 'dish' ..." these days ... 

 

German Study: Laboratory Accident Most Likely Cause Of Coronavirus Pandemicteaser image

"A research group at the Wuhan City Virological Institute has been genetically manipulating coronaviruses for many years with the goal of making them more contagious, dangerous and deadly to humans..."

 

 "Arbeit macht frei .. " 

https://www.thoughtco.com/arbeit-macht-frei-auschwitz-entrance-sign-4082356

 

Professor Dr. Roland Wiesendanger, a leading German expert in the field of nanotechnology and three-time winner of the prestigious European Research Council Advanced Grant, has completed a one-year, hundred-page study on the origin of the novel coronavirus. Professor Wiesendanger concludes that “both the number and quality of the circumstantial evidence point to a laboratory accident at the virological institute in the city of Wuhan as the cause of the current pandemic.”

In the following, SPR provides an English translation of the official German press release of the University of Hamburg. The hundred-page German study by Prof. Wiesendanger can be found here.

SPR would like to add the following information: The two most recent global pandemics were the 1977 ‘Russian flu’ and the 2009 ‘swine flu’. In both of these cases, modern genetic research indicates that a lab escape was the most likely origin of the pandemic virus (see here and here).

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