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Emay Wang's Blog – April 2011 Archive (3)

Experience The 2011 San Francisco International Chocolate Salon


 "Fine chocolate is expensive, but less expensive than therapy" - a visitor's T-shirt


The long-awaited San Francisco International Chocolate Salon finally arrived on April 17th at Fort Mason, a beautiful waterfront structure overlooking the Golden Gate Bridge. There were over forty chocolatiers who attended the salon, bringing with them chocolates with dozens of exotic flavors.  There was everything to please your eyes and satisfy your taste buds, including fine…


Added by Emay Wang on April 21, 2011 at 7:22pm — No Comments

Bittersweet Cafe

Bittersweet Cafe              4/9/2011 Sunny Saturday…


Added by Emay Wang on April 12, 2011 at 3:18pm — No Comments

You would never tell what they are made of, unless you see them here.


Yes, they made of chocolate!

Chocolate history in China may trace back to Emperor Kangxi period of Qing Dynasty.  In 1705, Roman Pope Clement XI dispatched envoys to China as missionary. In 1706, Emperor Kangxi interviewed the missionaries, during the interview,  they presented 150 chocolates to the Emperor Kangxi. Kangxi gave it a big approval after tasting.This was the first record of chocolate in China's history.

In January 18th, 2010, The world chocolate wonderland…


Added by Emay Wang on April 1, 2011 at 2:01am — No Comments

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