BEIJING: Halal restaurants run by the Muslim Chinese minority, even in Beijing and Shanghai, are gaining popularity among all ethnic communities due to their delicious dishes and different taste. The facilities in Beijing, Shanghai and Chendgu are providing Halal meals where non-Muslims are frequent visitors. “Chinese have become fond of delicious Halal food and they are visiting these restaurants,” said Chohan, chef of a Halal restaurant. Delicious and tasty dishes of Halal restaurants have been attracting local Chinese, especially due to the unique blend of spices. The Chinese native Muslims and from bordering states have been in the business of Halal food. Additionally, the Chinese government allows foreigner investors to bring professional labour from their country.
Published in The Express Tribune, October 22nd, 2015.
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