The Chinese government is using western foods to keep people’s attention and to sell western food, as well as to get Western tourists, and other visitors, to see the country.
The government is also using western products to promote its economic growth.
In some ways, the government is making a point that it is the only country in the world that is using Western food products to make money.
China, which is one of the world’s largest consumer markets for food, has a long history of using western-style food.
The Chinese were the first to use the term “Western food” and its usage is still widely used today.
The term is also still widely applied in the Chinese language to the food produced in the US and Europe.
China has a lot of Western food, and the government uses the term in its economic development strategy, said the deputy foreign minister for foreign affairs, Zhang Zhenhua.
The use of Western foods in China is the first time the government has done so in a major way, he said.
The United States and the European Union are the only two countries that use Western foods on a large scale in their economies.
The countries that have done it have been in the region of China for centuries.
Western food is also used to sell products in China.
China imported some 50 million pounds of wheat, rice and corn in the past three years.
In 2015, China imported a total of 824 million pounds, or about half of what it exported in 2015.
China was the world leader in wheat and corn exports last year, according to the World Food Programme.
Wheat and corn is the main crop grown in the western part of the country, including in Hubei province in eastern China, and is sold at a higher price than other crops such as soybeans and cotton.
The China National Offices of Agricultural and Food Marketing, which distributes wheat and rice to farmers in China, has increased production by almost 10 million tons in the last three years to about 15 million tons.
In January, China opened the world first national wheat and barley production facility, with wheat, corn and other crops, in the southwestern city of Wuhan.
It is also one of several grain producers in China that have been growing wheat and soybeans, the country’s main exports.
The wheat and other grains are also used in making beer, cheese, bread, noodles and other products, and in some cases, in medicines.
Western foods are being exported to China for various reasons.
In the past year, Chinese authorities have begun to use foreign brands in many Chinese foods, including wine and tea, to appeal to Western tourists.
The move was prompted by China’s rise in popularity as a destination for Westerners, especially after the United States decided to ban imports of American products.
Some Chinese restaurants have begun selling American food products, such as sushi, and Western food items are being imported.
China also has been making efforts to attract Westerners to the country through marketing and tourism programs.
In 2017, Chinese officials launched a series of new tourism programs that included offering free food to visitors, opening new areas and adding new activities to make people more familiar with the country and its people.
Chinese officials are also trying to make the country more welcoming for tourists by improving public services and encouraging the use of modern technology, such a cellphones, internet access and personal computers.