According to a report by Axios, Chinese food has returned to the Western playland, in part thanks to the Chinese government.
According to the report, a spokesman for the Ministry of Food, which is in charge of overseeing the Western and Southern Asian markets, said: “The Chinese government’s recent announcement that the Chinese-owned company that controls the Western Pacific market has agreed to open its doors to the local market is a major step forward.”
“This is another step forward in the China-U.S. partnership, which includes a wide range of economic, social and cultural cooperation.
As we look ahead, we look forward to working together to create a new economic and social foundation for the region,” the spokesman said.
According to the AP, the Chinese Ministry of Agriculture said that it is committed to helping local producers to bring Chinese food back into the Western region.
According the AP report, the company that manages the Western market, Canton-Shenzhen Baozheng Co., is the third Chinese food company to be granted a license to bring in Chinese food.
The first is a Taiwanese company, Dangchun Foods.
The second is a Chinese company, Gansu Food.
The Chinese-controlled Canton Shenzhen Bozheng Company is also the only Chinese company allowed to sell Chinese food in the United States.
The AP reports that the company will also allow foreign vendors to sell food at Canton’s Chinese market.
The Western Playlands is a park in the U.S.-Mexico border city of McAllen.
It is a popular tourist attraction and popular spot for Chinese people to eat, drink and play outside.
It has been a Chinese tourist destination for decades, but the Chinese Government has recently tightened controls on the food and beverage market.