Remember the movie "Beijing meets Seattle" where Frank took Wen Jiajia to buy Alaska crabs? The location is Seattle's Pike Place Market. Known as the "Soul of Seattle", the market was founded on August 17, 1907 and is the oldest farmer's market in the United States. It has been through a hundred years of wind and rain. It sells the freshest fruits and vegetables and seafood on the day. There is no middleman to make a difference, the prices are reasonable, and it provides for the most of Seattle's daily life. There is also the world's first Starbucks, the "world's dirtiest spot" gum wall, and the dock terrace overlooking the rolling snow-capped mountains.