I grew up in Brisbane and ate Chinese often with my parents, maternal grandparents and next door neighbours' family. But I tend to not eat it there now if I visit. Too greasy and fatty. In the UK, I never ate it. Dubai - never, ever. I preferred Arabic food as it suited my vegetarian diet and is healthier. In Germany - never. HKG and SG - depends. I ate much of it regularly at the hawker centres in SG and many times in HKG at the Dai Lai Dongs, but got allergic reactions too much in HKG due to cross food contamination ( I am allergic to shellfish and crustacean). n China, I ate Chinese food but was careful of what I ate. Street food included. I enjoyed much of it though. In Sweden where I live now, never. Just too fatty, greasy and westernised to my taste now. Like eating Chinese at our local Chinese restaurants in Brisbane. BTW, I grew up with Chinese in our street and 'hood. Anyway, I prefer authentic Indian and Arabic food.