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HuangYao Ancient Town

HuangYao Ancient Town. Like other Chinese antient towns, it has cafe, bar, national costume, the green slate and the crusted front hallway.What makes it different is that…
Their soya bean chilli sauce needs no bush!
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@alywoah Then you will lovvve this ancient town~it smells even spicy >.<
@alywoah yes, they are beans with chillis pepper.all of them are spicy!
yess that sounds something i would love. i love spicy food ^_^
That food looks amazing! Are all of those chillis?
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