Peking duck did the trick for then Premier Zhou Enlai when special US envoy Henry Kissinger visited China in July 1971, but it remains to be seen if China’s chefs can impress Donald Trump when he sits down for a banquet in Beijing on Thursday evening. Photo: Handout Peking duck did the trick for then Premier Zhou Enlai when special US envoy Henry Kissinger visited China in July 1971, but it remains to be seen if China’s chefs can impress Donald Trump when he sits down for a banquet in Beijing on Thursday evening. Photo: Handout
Peking duck did the trick for then Premier Zhou Enlai when special US envoy Henry Kissinger visited China in July 1971, but it remains to be seen if China’s chefs can impress Donald Trump when he sits down for a banquet in Beijing on Thursday evening. Photo: Handout
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Can China’s chefs charm Donald Trump like they did with Henry Kissinger in 1971?

The US president will be served the finest foods China has to offer on Thursday evening, but will any of it have the ‘Peking duck effect’

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Peking duck did the trick for then Premier Zhou Enlai when special US envoy Henry Kissinger visited China in July 1971, but it remains to be seen if China’s chefs can impress Donald Trump when he sits down for a banquet in Beijing on Thursday evening. Photo: Handout Peking duck did the trick for then Premier Zhou Enlai when special US envoy Henry Kissinger visited China in July 1971, but it remains to be seen if China’s chefs can impress Donald Trump when he sits down for a banquet in Beijing on Thursday evening. Photo: Handout
Peking duck did the trick for then Premier Zhou Enlai when special US envoy Henry Kissinger visited China in July 1971, but it remains to be seen if China’s chefs can impress Donald Trump when he sits down for a banquet in Beijing on Thursday evening. Photo: Handout
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