Cue the homesick bug. It's near impossible to find Chinese dishes as smooth, spicy and fragrant outside of China.
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Chinese businessmen taking advantage of Laos' development boom are fueling demand for great, authentic regional cuisine
In the one corner, you've got a filling and theatrical roast duck. In the other, a light, flavorful poultry. So which one rules the roost?
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Chinese immigrants created dishes like orange chicken for Chinese, and it's as tasty and as "Chinese" as any food in mainland China