Chinese peoples came to Peru starting around 1890 where they settled on the coast of Peru namely in and around Lima. Of course, they brought their culinary traditions and ideas with them, along with specialty ingredients and seeds. Soon many restaurants had opened and were flourishing. And... more continued to do so as the Peruvian peoples loved the unique and delicious dishes.
Just like the Chinese foods we are used to in North America, one will find Chinese fried rice, egg drop soup, sweet and sour sauce, and fried wantons.
Some of the typical dishes found in Peruvian Chinese food are Arroz Chaufa - Peruvian style fried rice, Tipa Kay - Chicken with rice, pineapple, and sweet and sour sauce, Sopa Wantan - wonton soup, Pollo Enrolled - chicken rolled with vegetables, and sometimes also bacon, and a breaded fried outside served with either a sweet and sour or a salty sauce, Tallarin Saltado - Peruvian style Chow Mein, and Aeropuerto - a mix of tallarin saltado and arroz chaufa.
If you do happen to be in Peru, or Bolivia, or Columbia, Peruvian Chinese food is definitely worth a try - as a plus its quite cheap and a good meal with a soup and a main will run about 3-5 dollars American.