A new Chinese laundry brand has opened its doors in the U.S. and is offering a laundry service that offers a laundry basket and other services to kids.
The company, the Shanghai-based Dang Dang Family laundry brand, says its new Chinese brand is called Dang Da Wang Dang, or the new family name for its laundry services, which include cleaning, drying and laundry.
“Dang Da Dang laundry is an innovative brand, which brings Chinese culture and heritage to the modern world,” Dang Dong said in a statement.
“It is a brand that will bring to the American public new and innovative products, services and services, and is truly Chinese in nature.”
The laundry service is available to kids under 12 and adults over the age of 21, according to the company.
It’s not available to people under age 18.
The laundry basket includes a small towel for washing hands, and it can be used to dry clothes or a pair of socks.
The service, which offers washing services from 6 a.m. to 5 p.m., includes the following:A laundry service includes:Bath towels and towels for washing clothesA drying station that can dry laundry on-siteA laundry basket that can hold up to 1,000 clothesA washing machine that can wash laundry on the spot.
A drying room with a shower and bathtub that can be sharedThe company has also developed a program to allow people to buy laundry services for free from its website.
The Dang family, which has three children and two adults, began selling its laundry basket in China in 2015.
The family has since expanded its service to the U and overseas.
Dang Dong’s business model is similar to those of many other laundry companies, including that of Dang Hui Laundry, the Chinese laundry giant that has a customer base of about 20 million in the United States and Canada.
The brand has also been criticized for not providing enough services to help parents keep up with their laundry needs.
In 2016, Dang’s parent company, Dazha Group, was fined $25 million for failing to provide basic services such as water and soap to its parents.
The fine was later reduced to $20 million, but Dang has not made a dent in its fines.