Just speaking from my travel experience and my friends, there was actually a decent amount of immigration to South America of people Chinese and to some extent Japanese descent (at least more than perhaps most would guess), so there Chinese-Latin fusion cuisine is almost a cuisine unto itself in some of the countries with these sizable populations. My friend who is half-Colombian and half-Chinese has always called herself and her family/friends from this community as Chino-Latinos (or Latina, in her case).
Definitely was pleasantly surprised at a lot of fusion Chinese and Japanese cuisines in Peru – whether it be the chaufa places already mentioned, or the nikkei Japanese restaurants. I have random Chino-Latino friends born and raised in Mexico, Venezuela, Argentina and Brazil, and they’re always a fun group to go eat with. My half-Colombian friend’s mom cooks up a really great fried rice but also makes the best yucca fries I’ve ever had.