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Q: Typically Chinese food product I can send home

I know that different people have unique tastes especially when it comes to food, but have you discovered something typically Chinese I can send home, with medium-high degree of probability that they would actually touch it? 

7 years 33 weeks ago in  Food  - China

 
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angel mifan is the most famous, traditional Chinese food.

 

Everybody loves mifan back home, just not that often. 

liuzhou:

米饭 mi fan is cooked rice. How can you send that anywhere and who is going to get poisoned by old cooked rice gone toxic by the time it arrives?

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Have you carried out any research regarding the carrying or sending of food commodities overseas? I recommend that is your starting point in this project.

retiredinchina:

yes meat products in your luggage in canada would cost you a fine of 800 dollars, i have watched many spoiled rich chinese students part with their parents money at the vancouver airport for this daily.

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