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Wow those chilli's look awesome.
It's good to know not every place is getting rid of the old ways. I think Chengdu, like Penang should promote itself as a foodie destination more.


Are those chillies? I thought they were some sort of radish - a root, anyway. No matter what they are, the picture is gorgeous. I'm off exploring the links you left..

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I love open markets like the one you described. The combined smells of all the produce that is around make for a wonderful aroma throughout. It makes for better cooking too when you use fresh ingredients and that picture really does look amazing.

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