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Cafe salutes Michael Jackson

08-07-2010 10:47 BJT

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A coffee shop dedicated to the late king of pop, Michael Jackson, opened in the Macao Special Administrative Region on Thursday.

The venue has triggered yet another round of M.J. fever around China, following the successful establishment of the M.J. gallery in February this year.

The cafe is located on the first floor of the Sofitel Macao at Ponte 16. Dominating the tone of the shop are the colors red and black, Jackson's favorites. And a variety of pieces saluting the late singer, such as Moonwalk photos, M.J.'s accessories and busts, are displayed to add to the ambiance.

The cafe offers coffees of various tastes, as well as tempting desserts to whet the appetite of costumers. Organizers have pledged one yuan out of twenty will be donated to the Paralympic Committee of Macao.

Editor:Zhang Pengfei |Source: CNTV.CN

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