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Just tap with your fingers to run a bakery shop for Chinese tradition foods! Koi Kei girl need your help to manage a Koi Kei bakery shop. Put your Chinese traditional food making skills to the test in time management and sales adventure. With 40 challenging levels and 4 themed shop. Decorate and upgrade your shop with your gain from sales High Quality Visuals which is designed for iPhone4 HD screen Collect up to 10 diiferent kinds of foods Serve up to 7 unique and cute customers with personalities. Koi Kei Bakery will keep updating this game with fresh content, bug fixes, and game enhancements. ******************* About Koi Kei Bakery Macau Tracing its roots back to a cart selling only crunchy peanut and ginger candy, Koi Kei established its first shop in 1997 and initiated the trend of making almond cake and egg roll immediately uponcustomers request. Currently selling over 300 varieties of product, the most popular items include the almond cake, egg roll, crunchy peanut candy, and fillet of beef and pork. Though renowned as a traditional shop, Koi Kei is never conservative in product innovation. A new department was set up specially to invent newrecipes, and has surprised the market with its flair in pastries. New varieties include assorted nuts,golden twist pastry, seasoned orange peel cake, Portuguese style pineapple pastry, Chinese pastry, cookies with walnut, cookies with cashews, and an improved nougat. Always striving to raise their standards, the Koi Kei reputation is reflected in their opening of eight chain stores, owning their own factory, employing 200 staff and ,above all, gaining recognition as themost popular food souvenir champion in Macau, occupying 60 percent of the current market. Many visitors buy Koi Kei food items to take Macau culture home with them. In 2004 the Koi Kei name spread beyond Macau, to establish their retail network inforeign countries, Koi Kei is a Macau name that has been well perceivedin many nations.