Built in 1935, the historical “New Rich Market” has bore witness to a century of a city’s ups and downs and its citizens’ changing ways. Over time, the heaviness of the memory of the ever-changing movements of the people shines light upon the trials and tribulations of the populace. This set starts from the symbol of gathering, the round dining table, the place where families traditionally assemble together, unforgettable because of the company and the loved ones. On each plate were not only images of food, but also long-forgotten hopes and whispers of conversations of years past. A reunion’s round table, a market’s vibrance, and the aroma of food reappear, bringing one back to the past days of this historical market.