1. Deep-Fried Foods
Deep frying is not part of traditional Chinese cooking. Traditional Chinese cooking consists of mostly steaming, stir-frying, and boiling. In modern times, however, there is youtiao (deep-fried breadsticks) in China.
2. Meaty Dishes
Meat is sparing in traditional Chinese cuisine, as meat is traditionally considered a sign of wealth and thus reserved for Chinese New Year. As a result, many Chinese dishes are heavily plant-based.
Sushi is Japanese food.
4. Salads or Raw Vegetables
Eating raw vegetables is not done traditionally. Vegetables are usually stir-fried, boiled, or steamed.
5. Dairy Products
Most people of the world have some degree of lactose intolerance. The Chinese is included. Milk or dry milk may be purchased for babies, in addition to receiving breastmilk from their human mothers. But the consumption of milk decreases as they age. Cheese and yogurt are also not part of the traditional Chinese diet. However, I think the consumption of dairy products by the Chinese is increasing due to Western ideas about nutrition and the global fast food chains.