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The sweet-and-sour life of Chinese residents in Italy’s fashion capital

In Milan, Chinese finger food is becoming such a trend that its Chinatown is reportedly the country's fastest growing real estate area. This zesty neighborhood is an example of the collaboration between China and Italy.

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