McDonald's China recently debuted Black and White burgers, which have been served as a political statement. The burgers, which according to blogger TheBeijinger, refers to a Chinese phrase "heibai liangdao tongchi" which is a term used to describe persons who have ties with both the government and organized crime. The black burger is a beef patty with chopped onions, a black pepper sauce topped with white sesame seeds whereas the white burger is a chicken burger drenched in a sweet and spicy sauce with black sesame seeds.
This political statement meal is a surprise from the company, who is currently opening a restaurant in the country every day by 2015.
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