Taco Bell fans are extremely jealous after learning about the chain’s ‘wy’ Chinese version

For many fast food lovers, the words “Taco Bell” and “fine dining” are basically antonyms. In China, things are a little different.

Taco Bell is a newcomer to the world’s most populous country. According to the New York Times, the chain’s current Chinese version began opening in major cities in 2017.

That explains why many in the U.S. are just now catching on. Thanks to video by TikToker Yusen Zhang, Americans are finding out just how different — and how “high end” — Taco Bell can get in China.

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In his viral clip, Zhang tours a location in Shanghai. Once inside, he finds modern decorations, a stylish seating area and an open kitchen where customers can watch their order come together.

He then proceeds to explore the menu, which features plenty of unique items. One notable

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4 Different Chinese Stocks To Consider

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When we think of the Chinese companies that have been the winners of lockdown, it’s the large tech behemoths such as Alibaba and Tencent that spring to mind. But China, which competes with the US for the title of world’s biggest powerhouse, is an enormous region packed with opportunities for those willing to hunt.

We asked Asian fund managers about some of their lesser-known, more niche investment ideas:

Hon Hai

Hon Hai (2354), also known as Foxconn, is a Taiwanese electronics manufacturer. “It’s the world’s largest contract manufacturer and a very attractive opportunity in the tech sector,” says Jason Pidcock, manager of the three-star rated Jupiter Asian Income. “In essence, it makes products for other companies. Most of its revenues currently come from Apple (AAPL), but you certainly have different electronics in your house that are assembled by this company.”

Pidcock likes the business

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Danny’s Chinese Kitchen Opens Massapequa Location

MASSAPEQUA, NY — Danny’s Chinese Kitchen has opened a second location in Massapequa. The coronavirus pandemic didn’t stop business owners and brothers Danny and David Antin from forging ahead.

The American-owned Chinese restaurant, located at 20 Broadway, offers takeout, free delivery, curbside pickup (upon request) and catering services.

“We’re thrilled to open and be part of the Massapequas,” said Danny Antin. “It’s a remarkable accomplishment for us to open during these unprecedented and challenging times, and while we’re adjusting to a new normal, our recipe for success remains the same: outstanding service, delicious Chinese food made from fresh ingredients, in an immaculately clean environment.”

Danny’s Chinese Kitchen’s features lunch specials, combination platters, chef specialties, healthy choices and vegetarian options. Signature items include Barbecue Spare Ribs, General Tso’s and Sesame Chicken, Pastrami Egg Rolls and Lo Mein Zoodles (zucchini noodles). The full menu can be viewed at DannysChineseKitchen.com.

“Our goal

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Tasty Gourmet Chinese Food On Joliet’s Cass Street

JOLIET, IL — Last month when I wrote about the reopening of Super China Buffet on Joliet’s West Jefferson Street, I learned something I didn’t know. Turns out, the same family that owns Super China Buffet also operates Tony’s Wok, on Joliet’s east side, at 550 E. Cass St.

I had driven past Tony’s Wok numerous times over the years and thought about stopping, but never did. Then, on Wednesday afternoon, I pulled into the parking lot and walked inside. The first thing you will notice about Tony’s Wok is that this restaurant takes the new coronavirus very seriously. The entire dining room section is blocked off and off-limits to customers during the pandemic.

For now, you can only order carryout when you visit Tony’s Wok.

Secondly, Tony’s Wok has installed a large plastic screen to keep customers separate from having close contact with the restaurant staff. That’s another big

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