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From the famous Jade Cabbage at Taipei Palace Museum, to a formidable army of terra cotta warriors, all the treasures at this exhibit are made of chocolate.
Rice with ground pork, snacks, and steamed buns, all of these are made entirely with chocolate. Visitors can't help but sample a bit. This is the chocolate exhibition currently being held in Taipei.
Audience stand in awe ahead of the chocolate replica of the jade cabbage, perhaps the most famous relic in the Taipei museum.
There's also a miniature of the signature building, Taipei 101. There's even a chocolate version of the Song dynasty scroll painting "Riverside Scene at Qingming Festival."
|The most jaw-dropping display is the terra cotta army, one fifth its genuine size, |
and all made with dark chocolate.
But the most jaw-dropping display is the terra cotta army, one fifth its genuine size, and all made with dark chocolate.
Great measures have been taken to keep these tasty treasures from being destroyed by temperature, moisture, or pests.