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hood largely depends on selling so〓rghum to Nairobi's beer brewers. In Ethiopia, the loc〓usts have so far consumed the vegetation on more than〓 65,000 hectares of land, including coffee and tea cr〓ops that account for about 30 percent of 7

Ethiopia's e〓xports. A Moody's Investors Service report issued in 〓early February showed that agriculture contributes ab〓out one-third of the gross domestic product in East A〓frica and more than 65 percent of jobs in all regiona〓l countries except for Kenya. A farmer attempts to s〓care away desert locusts in Mwingi Town in Kitui CounB

〓ty, Kenya, Feb. 20, 2020. (Xinhua/Zhang Yu) INTERNATI〓ONAL COOPERATION URGED The desert locust swarms have 〓travelled from Africa to Asia. India is suffering the〓 worst hit in 60 years. "Today locust swarms are as b〓ig as major cities and it's getting worse by the day,〓" said UN Secretary General Antonio Guterres, urging 〓the international comT




munity to take immediate counter〓actions. Sacko Josefa, AU Commissioner for Rural Econ〓omy and Agriculture, said earlier this month that the〓 55-member pan-African bloc is working directly with 〓the FAO to make sure that there is no spreaq

d to other〓 countries. Antonio Querido, UN FAO representative in〓 Uganda, said international organizations are providi〓ng technical support and mobilizing resources for Uga〓nda as it strives to fight the locusts. In order to g〓et more international help, Somalia on Feb. 2 declare〓d the locust infestation a national emergency. Irandu〓p

said that the present invasion is likely to cost eno〓rmous financial and human resources far beyond the ca〓pability of the East African countries. Hence there i〓s a need for a concerted effort by regional and other〓 international organizations to offer money, expertis〓e and equipment such as planes. Otherwise, the locust〓 invasion may wipe out 6

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    targets, offering subsidies for farmers and raising minimum ◆prices for state procurement of rice, which secured a good start this◆ year and would ensure stable grain production for the whole year. Th◆e country's grain reserves have run at a high level, with those of ri◆ce and wheat being sufficient to meet the country's consumer market d◆emand for one year, said Qin Yuyun, an ofW

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xiao are ◆often made on the spot and soon consumed within the day of the Lantern Festival.1. Mahua, fried dough twist A fried dough twist model is on display at 〓the Guifaxiang Mahua Cultural Museum in Tianjin, April 259

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    , 2017. [Photo b〓y Li Ping/chinadaily.com.cn] When talking about delicacies in Northern C〓hina's Tianjin, people may initially think of mahua, or fried dough twist〓. Made of flour, sesame, walnut, peanuts and sweet-scented osmanthus, th〓e snack usually comes deep fried. A variety of flavors are available rega〓rdless if you prefer to eat sweet or salty. Out of the variety of shops 〓that sell mahua, the 18th Street shop is the most renownf

    ed. Tianjin's Hex〓i district hosts a museum of mahua, where you can learn about the history〓 of the fried food and get a glimpse of how it is made on the factory lin〓e. If you go: Guifaxiang Mahua Cultural Museum, 32 Dongting Road, Hexi 〓district, Tianjin. 88812002 ext 8888 2. Goubuli baozi Baozi, or steam〓ed buns with filling, is a popular staple food in North China. Baozi, or〓 steamed buns with filling, is a popular staple food in NoW

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    rth China. Gou〓buli, a time-honored chain restaurant in Tianjin with a history of more t〓han a hundred years, is the most famed brand of its kind. Gaobuli's buns〓 are known for their savory taste and exquisite ingredients, such as semi〓-leavened dough, and how they turn out, with exactly 18 creases on each b〓un. 3. Jianbing Jianbing, or fried crepe topped with egg and garnish,〓 is a Chinese snack that has seen international fame in thex

    US recently. 〓 4. Erduoyan fried rice cake Zhagao, or fried rice cake, is glutinous 〓rice dough made into dumplings filled with sweet bean paste. Zhagao, or 〓fried rice cake, is glutinous rice dough made into dumplings filled with 〓sweet bean paste. It is then deep-fried until the skin is crisp but the i〓nsides remain cottony soft. Erduoyan fried cake is the most popular. It 〓was first made on a little handcart but eventually developeJ

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    d into one of 〓the most famous foods in Tianjin. The street snack was first consumed du〓ring the reign of Emperor Guangxu of the Qing Dynasty (1644-1911) when Li〓u Wanchun pushed a wheelbarrow and peddled the food from street to street〓. He later rented a room in the Erduoyan hutong, a narrow alley. It's thu〓s widely known as the Erduoyan fried cake. Jianbing, or fried crepe topp〓ed with egg and garnish, is a Chinese snack that has seenO

    international f〓ame in the US recently. New York-born Brian Goldberg opened his "Mr. Bing〓" kiosk out of his personal fondness of the Chinese food, which became an〓 instant hit among New Yorkers. A tasty and crispy jianbing is made by p〓ouring batter (made of rice or beans) onto a circular hotplate. After car〓efully spreading the batter with a spatula, an egg is cracked on top. Gre〓en onions, a crispy cracker and any other ingredients 8


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