Stateside fans of the iconic White Rabbit candy were ecstatic over the news that the favorite milky treat from their childhood was being sold as an ice cream flavor by a Los Angeles-based creamery.
However, when the buzz about the new product hit Chinese social media, the candy’s actual manufacturer in Shanghai immediately made it known that it isn’t having any of it.
White Rabbit, the iconic Chinese milk candy, is now an ice cream flavor.
Wanderlust Creamery has reportedly recreated the creamy goodness of everyone’s childhood favorite in their White Rabbit Candy ice cream.
Japan is known for a lot of things, but while manga and video games may receive varying degrees of affection depending on who you ask, there is nothing more universally appreciated than good food. And Japan has A LOT of good food.
Whether it’s ramen, sushi or donburi, Japanese cuisine has doubtlessly captivated foodies worldwide.
There’s a lot of bad news out there, but that doesn’t mean you have to digest it all the time.
In fact, why not take a break and enjoy something a bit more palatable? Something…sweeter? Like this viral video from China.
A teenage trick-or-treater caught filling another person’s empty bowl of candy for Halloween is winning praise on social media for his generous act.
Lawrence Malot, 15, was out on Halloween night as the Grim Reaper when he and his friends stumbled upon an empty bowl on the front porch of a home in Chula Vista, California.
A Chinese couple had to rush their 3-year-old daughter to the hospital after she was fed polymer balls that were mistaken for sweets.
Parents from Jiangsu, China were distraught upon finding out that they had mistakenly given their daughter polymer balls, also popularly known as water babies, that looked similar to their 3-year-old’s favorite sweet treats.
If any country were to win the award for having the smallest and cutest things it would be Japan. The Asian country has an obsession with all things tiny and adorable especially when it comes to their delectable sweets. Some are so endearing they’re unbearable to eat!
1. Japanese people don’t eat ordinary scoops of ice cream.