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Icing on the cake: Sweet masterpieces vie for World Pastry Cup in Lyon

January 30, 16:50 UTC+3

Twenty-one countries took part in this year's competition

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Jessica Sandberg, member of the Sweden team, prepares a dessert during the World Pastry Cup in Lyon
Jessica Sandberg, member of the Sweden team, prepares a dessert during the World Pastry Cup in Lyon
Jessica Sandberg, member of the Sweden team, prepares a dessert during the World Pastry Cup in Lyon
© AP Photo/Laurent Cipriani
Twenty one countries took part in the contest this year. Photo: Yuan Zhu, member of the China team.
Twenty one countries took part in the contest this year. Photo: Yuan Zhu, member of the China team.
Twenty one countries took part in the contest this year. Photo: Yuan Zhu, member of the China team.
© AP Photo/Laurent Cipriani
Sapuarachchige Duminda, member of the Tunisia team, works on a ice sculpture
Sapuarachchige Duminda, member of the Tunisia team, works on a ice sculpture
Sapuarachchige Duminda, member of the Tunisia team, works on a ice sculpture
© AP Photo/Laurent Cipriani
Sonia Quek, member of the Australia team
Sonia Quek, member of the Australia team
Sonia Quek, member of the Australia team
© AP Photo/Laurent Cipriani
Justin Williams, member of the Australia team
Justin Williams, member of the Australia team
Justin Williams, member of the Australia team
© AP Photo/Laurent Cipriani
Wei Loon Tan, member of the Malaysian team
Wei Loon Tan, member of the Malaysian team
Wei Loon Tan, member of the Malaysian team
© AP Photo/Laurent Cipriani
Xiaojun Li, member of the China team, works on a ice sculpture
Xiaojun Li, member of the China team, works on a ice sculpture
Xiaojun Li, member of the China team, works on a ice sculpture
© AP Photo/Laurent Cipriani
Jamie Houghton, member of Britain's team
Jamie Houghton, member of Britain's team
Jamie Houghton, member of Britain's team
© AP Photo/Laurent Cipriani
Malaysia team members Patrick Siau Chu Yin, Ming Ai Loi, Wei Loon Tan, and Otto Tay won the World Pastry Cup 2019
Malaysia team members Patrick Siau Chu Yin, Ming Ai Loi, Wei Loon Tan, and Otto Tay won the World Pastry Cup 2019
Malaysia team members Patrick Siau Chu Yin, Ming Ai Loi, Wei Loon Tan, and Otto Tay won the World Pastry Cup 2019
© AP Photo/Laurent Cipriani
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Jessica Sandberg, member of the Sweden team, prepares a dessert during the World Pastry Cup in Lyon
© AP Photo/Laurent Cipriani
Twenty one countries took part in the contest this year. Photo: Yuan Zhu, member of the China team.
© AP Photo/Laurent Cipriani
Sapuarachchige Duminda, member of the Tunisia team, works on a ice sculpture
© AP Photo/Laurent Cipriani
Sonia Quek, member of the Australia team
© AP Photo/Laurent Cipriani
Justin Williams, member of the Australia team
© AP Photo/Laurent Cipriani
Wei Loon Tan, member of the Malaysian team
© AP Photo/Laurent Cipriani
Xiaojun Li, member of the China team, works on a ice sculpture
© AP Photo/Laurent Cipriani
Jamie Houghton, member of Britain's team
© AP Photo/Laurent Cipriani
Malaysia team members Patrick Siau Chu Yin, Ming Ai Loi, Wei Loon Tan, and Otto Tay won the World Pastry Cup 2019
© AP Photo/Laurent Cipriani

The World Pastry Cup is an international pastry contest that takes place every two years in Lyon. Twenty-one countries took part in this year's competition, with a team of Malaysian chefs winning the World Pastry Cup 2019. Take a look at the sweet masterpieces on display.

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