Finding good coffee in China can be a challenge unless your standard of good coffee is Starbucks or Costa Coffee. Nowadays things are getting better as more and more Chinese people are discovering a love for coffee and more and more foreigners are coming in to the country.


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As a Melbourian, I love my coffee in high quality and frequent doses so it was a dream when I found an amazing barista called PuYa.

She doesn’t speak a lot of English and much to my detriment I only speak the most basic Mandarin but we communicate through a love of coffee and beautiful latte art.

Ke Ai (可爱) Koala

When she found out I as going back to Australia

Jigglypuff

Tastes like Pokémon Go

Learning my name!

Though we speak different languages my barista tried her hardest to learn my name and made sure I learnt hers

Lovers Torn Apart

Made for me when we were moving locations

Blue Taro Flavoured Latte

Sometimes when they get in new flavors they like me to try them out. Looks beautiful, tastes a lot better if you actually like taro

Grumpy Pink Cat

Totoro

My neighbor Totoro became my Latte Totoro

Happy Birthday

For my special day I got this coffee

Bear, frog, frogbear?

Happy Zongzi Festival

Cute Kitty Coffee

Butterfly’s in my Tummy

The First Snow of 2017

Flutter by Butterfly

Pikachu was not so successful

Attempting Pikachu for the first time was not as glorious as hoped

Flowers

Beary Delicious

Cat

Koala 1

When she found out I was from Australia

Pink Rabbit

Small Bunny

Okay… so this is pancakes not coffee