A wanghong milk window. A string of words that reads like autocorrect. Opened in winter 2018, it's the hottest thing for a segment of the population queuing on Changle Lu on the weekends. The gimmick here is the bottle, a heavy, oversized glass replica of a Chanel perfume bottle, filled with milk of various flavors and in pastel colors (green tea, chocolate, banana), and set into a plate glass window. They open in the late morning, a single half-height window counter with no actual space to walk into. The bottle (and the milk, I guess) cost 35rmb.
Is there no limit to the gimmicks? Even in a city obsessed with wang hong , from bread rolls stuffed with mayonnaise to rainy art exhibits, the latest seems incredible: milk. Milk. The stuff you pour on cereal in the morning. Milk, the stuff Chinese people are supposedly not able to drink because they are lactose-intolerant. Milk. It’s now the hottest thing for a segment of the...
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