China king buffet to get more Chinese, non-Chinese food

China is launching a new buffet concept in its cities, the king buffet, to offer more non-Western food.

The new buffet, which will be launched by the Chinese city of Chongqing, will offer more dishes from countries including India, Turkey, Australia, Germany, Italy, Japan and South Korea.

The buffet concept will open in Chongqings new tourist hub of Yixing, and will offer different dishes from each region of China.

The idea is to provide more variety to Chinese food and also to offer a different dining experience to visitors.

The buffet concept was launched by Chongqang Tourism Administration (CTA), a provincial government body.

The restaurant will serve up dishes from all over the world.

The concept of the new buffet is based on the idea of “China as a city,” said the mayor of ChongQing, Zhang Zhijun.

The restaurant will be open from 11 a.m. to 5 p.m., and the buffet will be available from noon to 3 p.c.

The food will be served at the same prices.

The concept is to serve a variety of dishes from different regions of China, Zhang said.

This is something that is really new for us.

There will be a variety, and this is something we have never seen before.

He added that the food will also be prepared in-house.

The menu will include Chinese dishes, from ethnic dishes to vegetarian dishes, and also Indian dishes, Zhang added.

The menu will also include a selection of Western foods, he said.

The city will host the launch event for the new concept, and the first buffet will open at noon on Jan. 23, 2018.

The first buffet has been launched in Beijing and Hong Kong.

The second buffet will also open at 1 p.s.m on Feb. 23.

The third buffet will close at 3 p:m.

on March 1.

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