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Milk shop

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#MSSSG on Behance

By re-interpreting meaningful lines through visual displays, we aimed to change the traditional mode of reading. The public are encouraged to take photos and spread new hope and positive spirit by adding @tag and #hashtag as they share with friends and fa…

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Abbey Street Now Has A Bubblicity Bubble Tea Shop | Bubblici… | Flickr

Bubblicity is Irelands first Bubble Tea Shop. Bubble tea is a Taiwanese tea which is the name for pearl milk tea and other similar tea and juice beverages that originated in tea shops in Taichung, Taiwan during the 1980s. Drink recipes may vary, but most bubble teas contain a tea base mixed with fruit and/or milk. Ice-blended versions of the drinks and are also available, usually in fruit flavors. Bubble tea began its rise to international recognition, spreading from Taiwan to other East…

TRADITIONAL KIOSK - Capital Kiosk Co

Capital Kiosk is very proud of its new Traditional Style Kiosk which has been installed at Bicester Shopping Village, Kildare Shopping Village, Maasmechelen Village, Torquay Harbour, St Mawes Harbour, Oxford, Bagshot, Chelsea. Fit-outs are tailored to suit different offerings – Ice Cream for the summer and Freshly baked Cinnamon Buns for the winter months, Seafood, … Continue reading →

Melbourne-born photographer Eamon Donnelly documents the past and present of milk bars, the corner stores once commonplace in Australian communities.

Melbourne-born photographer Eamon Donnelly documents the past and present of milk bars, the corner stores once commonplace in Australian communities.