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Chinese Restaurants From Around the World

Please send us photos you take of Chinese restaurants on your travels!
September 6, 2016
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Chinese food can be found nearly everywhere. It’s easily China’s most successful export. 

Please send us photos you take of Chinese restaurants on your travels (outside of China, Hong Kong/Macau, and Taiwan). Include your name, the location of the restaurant and when you visited. We’ll compile these on our website and will be happy to credit you. Send your photos to uschina@usc.edu

Submitted photo in the order received.

1. Cody, Wyoming; July 2016 (Photo credit: Clayton Dube)

2. Red Lodge, Montana; July 2016 (Photo credit: Clayton Dube) 

3. Penang, Malaysia; 2014 (Photo credit: Yifan Chen)

4. Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia; 2014 (Photo credit: Yifan Chen) 

5. Los Angeles, California; 2016 (Photo credit: Yifan Chen) 

6. Orlando, Florida; May 2016 (Photo credit: Valerie Chen) 

7. Las Vegas, Nevada; December 2015 (Photo credit: Valerie Chen)

8. St. George, Utah (Photo credit: Steven Gonzales) 

9. Munich, Germany (Photo credit: Kiran Thakur) 

10. Prague, Czech Republic (Photo credit: Kiran Thakur) 

11. Mundelein, Illinois (Photo credit: Matthew Stubing)

12. Berlin, Germany (Photo credit: Rebecca Chen) 

13. Prague, Czech Republic (Photo credit: Kiran Thakur) 

14. Vienna, Austria (Photo credit: Kiran Thakur) 

15. Washington, D.C. (Photo credit: Chapin Gregor) 

16. Washington, D.C. (Photo credit: Chapin Gregor) 

17. Arcadia, California; (Photo credit: Clayton Dube)

18. Century City, California; (Photo credit: Clayton Dube)

19. Tamarindo, Costa Rica; (Photo credit: Catherine Gao)

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