Digging in, branching out

As China’s interest in the region both deepens and broadens, it is finding law firms increasingly indispensable. Vincent Manancourt reports

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Establishments selling chifa cuisine are ubiquitous in Peru’s capital, Lima. Developed by Chinese immigrants to Peru in the 19th century, the food is a curious mixture of Cantonese and Peruvian ingredients and cooking techniques. Lomo saltado, a Peruvian classic, is a prime example, combining the Chinese staples of rice and soy sauce with Andean beef and potatoes. Chifa has very much become a part of the country’s culinary repertoire and an indication of China’s deep influence on the country. 



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