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Noodles Wall

The two white needle walls depict noodles, the main type of carb for hot pot. Push the needles to shape their form as the slippery noodles.

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Spicy Broth

The interactive projector allows you to control the explosion of the tallow in a spicy broth. 

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Spice Library

Spices can be used for coloring and increasing appetite. Our library includes Star anise, Bay leaf, Cassia, Dried Chili, and Sichuan pepper, five popular spices for almost any hot pot base. 

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Sudoku

Melt into the party and feel the togetherness with these cute eyes. These nine moving eyes are following you as ingredients in a Nine-Chamber Hot Pot waiting for you to pick them up in their respective chamber.

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Spice Library

Spices can be used for coloring and increasing appetite. Our library includes Star Anise, Bay Leaf, Cassia, Dried Chili, and Sichuan Pepper. As diversity of culture is essential in NYC, a diversity of spices also necessary for any hot pot base. 

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Mochi

The giant white cushion is in a form of mochi. You can hug it, lie on it or even punch it to feel the softness and stickiness of mochi. Come embrace the inclusivity by sticking to this welcoming mochi.

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Bubbles

The orange metallic balls symbolize the boiling bubbles in a Sichuan hot pot, which is famous for its spicy taste. They echo with the small orange balls in the front window to immerse you into a melting hot pot.

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Fish Ball

The flashing light inside of the spherical matrix simulates the bouncy fish ball popping inside of your month.  

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Lotus Root

The installation imitates the shape of a lotus root. The round, thin, white sliced lotus root has a crunchy texture like a just-cooked potato.

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Tripes Tunnel

The fabric mimics the unique texture of beef tripe, the representative of Chinese dock culture.  In the early 20s, oxen were butchered at the dock, fishmen served hot pot to cook this organ meat, then became the most popular choice till today.