What’s the difference between a kosher restaurant and a Chinese restaurant?

JERUSALEM (AP) It’s a big change to eat at a Chinese-owned restaurant.

That’s because in Israel, kosher restaurants are not allowed to serve food from the country’s three main religions.

They’re also not allowed in Israel’s largest cities, and if you try to order a sandwich at one, the chef may not be happy.

In Israel, the only kosher restaurants open to the public are in Tel Aviv and Haifa, the capital and largest city of the country, and its suburbs.

The rest of the nation’s kosher restaurants closed down in the 1960s after being deemed too religious by the government.

But the kosher restaurants in Israel are open to foreigners, so they can be opened in other countries if they can prove they follow strict laws.

For example, they can’t sell kosher foods that are not kosher.

In a rare interview, a Chinese businesswoman in Israel who runs a kosher chain in the country says that when she opens her first restaurant in the capital, she will not be able to serve kosher foods.

It’s not just about the food, she says.

She hopes to open a restaurant in Tel-Aviv, a city on the Mediterranean coast that borders Syria, Lebanon and Israel, and to have kosher food sold in other places in Israel.

In the future, she wants to expand to a restaurant near Jerusalem, which is about 30 kilometers (19 miles) from Tel Aviv.

In this photo provided by an official from the Chinese government, a group of Chinese tourists sit outside a restaurant inside the Great Hall of the People in Beijing, China, July 28, 2020.

Chinese tourists have been visiting Israel as part of a program that was launched in 2018.

It allows people from China to visit the country and exchange business information.

The program, called the China-Israel Economic Cooperation (CIE), is expected to create around 5,000 jobs, with at least 30,000 Chinese coming to Israel to do work in the construction industry.

China has become a major market for Israelis, with an estimated 6.5 million Chinese residents living in Israel and another 500,000 residing in the United States.

Chinese businesses are already flourishing, and many Chinese investors have opened up shop in Israel as well.

One of the biggest is a chain of Chinese restaurants called Jiezhuang that operates out of a former hotel in Jerusalem, and serves traditional Chinese food.

Its founder, Zhang Yan, who is also from the city of Shenzhen, opened the Jiezyhuang restaurant in 2012.

His goal is to offer traditional Chinese dishes to Israelis, and he hopes to expand the chain in Tel Aviv and HaIFA.

Zhang, who spoke with The Associated Press on condition of anonymity because of regulations, said that he wants to create an environment that is friendly to Israeli Jews.

He said that in order to do that, he has to take a lot of risks.

Jiezuhuang also opened a kosher store in Haifa and another in TelAviv.

Zhang said he is planning to open more restaurants in Telaviv and in HaIFA, but did not give any further details.

“We want to open up as many restaurants as we can, and have a large number of restaurants,” Zhang said.