The Chinese food scene is undergoing a renaissance in recent years thanks to the popularity of Chinese food in Western markets.
In 2017, for example, Chinese restaurants in the United States saw a 50 percent increase in business and a nearly 50 percent spike in sales, according to market research firm IRI.
Chinese restaurants in America have seen a similar rise in sales and are also seeing a spike in popularity among American consumers.
IRI reports that restaurants in Los Angeles and New York saw a 10.3 percent increase and a 10 percent increase, respectively, in their business in 2017, according in 2017.
That means the Chinese food business in America is booming.
And while the growth of the Chinese restaurant industry has seen many restaurants close down, the Chinese restaurants are still making a strong comeback, thanks to a surge in Chinese imports.
And now, in a new report, a research firm out of China is taking a look at what it calls the “China Restaurant Apocalypse.”
In a report, The Economist says China is the “fastest-growing restaurant market in the world” thanks to its high quality of Chinese cuisine and the influx of Chinese tourists.
In fact, the number of Chinese visitors in the U.S. in 2017 was up by 30 percent from the previous year, according the report.
While the U and Chinese restaurants have been competing for business in recent months, this report shows that the Chinese are making a comeback.
While China has become a more desirable destination for international tourists due to its quality of food and the Chinese government’s push to make its cuisine more appealing, Chinese food is still popular in many U.T. communities.
In addition, Chinese people in the region have taken to social media to share their love for Chinese food, saying they love the food, the people and the culture.
The Economist report also notes that the United Kingdom and other Western countries have also seen an influx of the restaurant industry as a result of China’s efforts to make food more appealing.
“The Chinese restaurants’ appeal to Chinese tourists has also helped to boost Chinese exports to the UK and other countries, with the Chinese eating up a quarter of the UK’s export market,” the report says.