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10 Unique Coffee Shops In Asia / Alberto Caiola designed Fumi Coffee, a cafe in Shanghai, China, designed to draw people into it by grabbing their attention with a sculptural ceiling that flows from the outside all the way to the back of the cafe and was inspired by the aromatic vapors of coffee.

10 Unique Coffee Shops In Asia / Alberto Caiola designed Fumi Coffee, a cafe in Shanghai, China.

Starbucks in China

A Chinese style Starbucks outlet in Chengdu, the capital of Sichuan province. (File Photo/Xinhua) HOW COOL IS THAT!

Jinli Street, Chengdu, China* China paper dolls for free at The China Adventures of Arielle Gabriel, also Hong Kong stories at The Goddess of Mercy & The Dept of Miracles, a memoir of financial disasters and spiritual miracles in China *

Jinli Street, Chengdu, China* China paper dolls for free at The China Adventures of Arielle Gabriel, also Hong Kong stories at The Goddess of Mercy & The Dept of Miracles, a memoir of financial disasters and spiritual miracles in China *

https://flic.kr/p/qwxApm | Jinli Street, Chengdu - Lantern Festival | Jinli Street, Chengdu, Sichuan Province - China : Red chinese lanterns lighting Jinli Street entrance under the rain for the chinese new year lantern festival. Jinli Street (锦里) is 350 meters long and is located next to Wuhou Temple and is a must-see location in Chengdu, China. It was rebuilt in 2004 from a dynastic-era street in ancient China. Now, it's a touristic location with many shops, snacks and an Opera. For…

Chengdu - Red chinese lanterns lighting Jinli ancient street entrance for the chinese new year lantern festival.

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CDIFS

Chengdu IFS in China is a retail architecture and mixed use development designed by Benoy, with interior and graphic design by the studio.

Candy Carpet | 607-foot-long “carpet” of candy, arranged into a colorful mosaic, was installed on a sidewalk in Chengdu, China as part of a recent promotion for the IFS shopping center. Made of 13 tons of candy and spanning 14,000 square feet, the installation was touted by organizers as the “world’s largest candy carpet.” The installation was created by Craig Redman and Karl Maier

candy carpet in Chengdu by Carl & Kraig: 13 tonnes of candy covering square feet, 607 feet long. Thanks again and AllRightsReserved