We Ate The iFong — The iPhone of Pineapple Cakes

September 26th, 2016 in , , , , , , ,

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Here’s something iconic: We took a trip to Taiwan, and visited a bakery shop to try their wildly popular pineapple cakes which are being sold under the name iFong. So of course we had to eat it and tell you what does the iFong taste like. It was sweet, and taste like apple pie.
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A Beautiful Chinese Winery in Beijing

June 22nd, 2015 in , , , ,

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The market for China domestic wine production in joint ventures with foreign companies has grown, and often the companies reside in imitated French chateaus, Italian fantasy castles or traditional Chinese courtyard houses, which are used for the sale of wine and the presentation of the vineyards.

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Some Chinese Love to Eat Fried Rabbit Heads

March 4th, 2014 in , ,

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There are certain foods in China where not everyone dare to try. Rabbit head is one of them. This dish has no resemblance at all to the cute bunnies you are used to. Rabbit heads are skinned, cleaned and fried.

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The Most Delicious iPhone 5 Knockoff!

April 19th, 2012 in , , ,

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We were shocked previously when we spotted a Taiwanese bakery packed its pineapple cake with an iPhone 4 package. Today, we have something even more ridiculous. And that’s the 1 RMB ($0.16) iPhone 5 Ice Pop! However, the ice pop doesn’t shape like an iPhone 5 since there isn’t a really thing called iPhone 5 yet. So what inside the package is a mango flavored Apple Logo! If you don’t like mango, it also got pear flavored as well. More shots after the break…
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