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linda_sun Post time: 2017-4-24 10:49
Does Australian coffee have a branch in China?

Not that I know of it's all individual entrepreneurs offering the highest quality coffee not a conglomerate serving up to a formula

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I hope Tsingdao beer company follow this good example next Earth day 2018
Twentyfive percent out of nothing is still nothing!

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Nothing is free in this world. If it's free, better grab it.

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so crazy

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Post time 2017-4-25 15:21:53 |Display all floors
Actually it's the prank of a wechat public account who brought pots to Starbucks to see if they can get discounts. That big pot of coffee cost them 327 yuan. Don't be so quick to criticize Chinese people.

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