Luosifen rice noodles: A stinky local specialty developed into a large industry

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    Chinese President Xi Jinping Monday visited a food-processing zone during his inspection of the city of Liuzhou in south China’s #Guangxi Zhuang Autonomous Region. The zone focuses on the processing of a local specialty, the Luosifen rice noodles.

    It is not an easy task to develop small rice noodles businesses into such a large industry, said Xi.

    Watch the video to learn more about the stinky local street snack that has become a national delicacy.

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