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Chinese Regime Uses Noodle Dish to Promote Its Agenda Overseas: Leaked Documents

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Chinese Regime Uses Noodle Dish to Promote Its Agenda Overseas: Leaked Documents

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“Luosifen” is a famous noodle soup dish flavored with river snails, originating from China’s Guangxi region. In recent years, it has gained international popularity through Chinese restaurants and instant noodle products sold in immigrant communities around the world. A series of leaked government documents obtained by The Epoch Times reveal that the Chinese regime has been using the dish to advance its agenda: make sure Chinese immigrants in the United States and Canada toe the line; and promote the Belt and Road Initiative (BRI), a plan to build infrastructure projects in parts of Asia, Africa, and Europe. In documents from the government of Liuzhou city—where the dish was first invented—authorities outlined the Chinese Communist Party’s (CCP) plan to use luosifen as a tool to push forward its United Front strategy in the United States and Canada. The Party’s United Front Work Department is charged with overseeing the Party’s foreign influence …

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