"The “penguin” biscuit is quite nice. Not too sweet and has a slightly bitter taste."
"You might be interested in their Chinese New Year stuff."
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The “penguin” biscuit is quite nice. Not too sweet and has a slightly bitter taste.
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Kee Wah Bakery 1938
PANDA/PENGUIN GIFT BOX
September 15, 2014
Kee Wah Bakery, a 70-year-old, family-run bakery based in Hong Kong, produced adorable gift packaging for its Panda Cookie gift set.
In keeping with the theme of its product, Kee Wah designed and produced tin collectible boxes in cute panda and penguin styles for its gifts line. Each set contains 18 pieces of individually wrapped Panda-shaped cookies imported from Hong Kong along with a free tote bag and limited edition Panda Cushion.
“Kee Wah Bakery company wanted a tin box design that would become a collectible, usable box. A minimalist design gives [the packaging a] more contemporary design feel. ”
Designed by: Kee Wah Bakery
City: Hong Kong
Designer: David Young
Kee Wah Bakery
From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Kee Wah Bakery (Chinese: 奇華餅家有限公司) is a chain of bakery stores in Hong Kong, Taiwan, and the United States (Los Angeles and San Francisco). Kee Wah was founded in Hong Kong in 1938 by Wong Yip Wing (1911–1999), they are best known in Hong Kong and overseas Chinese communities for their traditional Chinese pastries and delicacies, notably their Chinese Bridal Cakes and mooncakes.
Hong Kong actor Eric Tsang appears frequently in advertising and commercials for Kee Wah.
While the bakeries located in the U.S are not personally run by Wong Yip Wing, they are being run by his family members. The pastries and products vary between Hong Kong and American branches.
The Kee Wah Bakery in California was established in 1985 and continues to produce freshly baked goods daily. Many well known favorites are the egg tarts and the pineapple buns.
In 2008, Hong Kong lifestyle retail store G.O.D. collaborated with Kee Wah Bakery to design mooncakes for the Chinese Mid-Autumn Festival. G.O.D. came up with presenting the traditional treats in the shape of bottomsin eight different designs, but still filled with traditional white lotus seed paste and salted yolks.