Saturday, May 4, 2013

Dalian, China - Market for Household items

This is the first post of a series that walks you through an amazingly HUGE market with every little thing imaginable.  Ok, I didn't see furnature or televisions, but check our the variety.

This market is located in the middle of a busy area.

After an introduction about what the store was all about, the guide told us that were were going to meet back in this same area.  I took a quick photo of this barber shop sign so that I could find my way back.  One little bread crumb.
 I have a lot of photos and some of the items I can identify, some I can't, some I will leave to your imagination.  If you think that I was in a better position to actually know what these items were because I was there live, well you (and I) are both incorrect.  To start with the photo below, I see the word toothpaste on one of the boxes, so that is my guess for the rest of the items.
 Bottles and boxes of stuff.
 A close up of the boxes. You can see the happy lights reflecting in the glass doors.
 Hmmmm.  Fluid with sinking and floating things.
 Breads in the front?
 Chocolate covered bugs? I don't know, I'm guessing.  Why are they spaced out like that?

 This is really bad but the one thought that I had at this point is that I was glad that they kept a sizeable amount of these items for themselves as they surely ship enough to the US.

Ohhhh, there's more.

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