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 Why do Chinese in my city open japanese restaurants whereas they are not Japanese and don't know their culture?

Answer Japanese food is good, and since there are not many Japanese people around to open up Japanese restaurants, Chinese people step up to the plate.Also, Japanese people aren't as flashy as Chinese peo... Read More »
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