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Shanghai Attractions: Tourist & Entertainment Spots
 

Shanghai Attractions: Tourist & Entertainment Spots

In this last part of our Shanghai Attractions series, we will show you more fun with the most popular tourist spots, entertainment attractions and amusement parks in Shanghai!

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Food
Shanghai: Food – More Snacks
 

Shanghai: Food – More Snacks

We are back with more delicious Shanghainese Snacks as we take a deeper look in the wonderland of Shanghai cuisine! Shanghai snacks are not only exquisite in look but delicious in taste too! Here are a list of Famous and Popular Shanghainese Snacks and where to find them!

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china Living
Asking For Directions (Part 2)
 

Asking For Directions (Part 2)

Learn how to Ask for Directions in Mandarin (part 2). yào zǒu duō jiǔ? How far must I walk? Learn Mandarin Conversations and Chinese language breakdown.

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Fashion
Vera Wang – Renowned Chinese-American Wedding Dress Designer
 

Vera Wang – Renowned Chinese-American Wedding Dress Designer

Vera Wang, an American fashion designer based in New York is renowned for her Wedding Dresses Collection. By balancing modern designs with traditional elegance, Vera Wang has acquired a large following, particularly in Hollywood. Ventured beyond Vera has expanded her brand name through her fragrance, jewelry, eyewear, shoes and house ware collections.

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Art
Hu Ming – Chinese Artist behind Paintings of Sexy Military Women
 

Hu Ming – Chinese Artist behind Paintings of Sexy Military Women

Hu Ming is the female Chinese Artist behind the controversal Oil Painting Art works involving mostly of sexy and powerful images of Chinese women in military theme. Find out about the background and history of this Chinese artist and how her military experience during the Cultural Revolution contributed to her style and choice of subject in her art works.

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Traditions
Erhu
 

Erhu

Erhu is a two-stringed bowed musical instrument and sometimes known in the west as the “Chinese violin” or “Chinese two-string fiddle”. It is a very expressive instrument and often used as a drama accompanied instrument in small ensembles and large Chinese folk orchestra.

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Events
Expo 2010: Pavilions – Coca-cola & The Space Pavilion (Zone D)
 

Expo 2010: Pavilions – Coca-cola & The Space Pavilion (Zone D)

In Zone D of World Expo 2010, there are 2 interesting pavilions - Coca-cola and the Space pavilions. The Coca-cola Happy Plants pavilion will show you a fully immersive journey of fantasy, while in the Space pavilion, you will embark on a journey of discovery and inspiration in an outer space exploration. Read more.

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