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                      Top 16 Shanghai Markets
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                      Shanghai MarketsThe term "market" is flexible, and in Shanghai, it applies to vendors selling virtually the same thing all under one roof, or in one open section of space. Unlike the Western sense of competition, the Chinese believe that if you are all selling the same thing, you'll attract more customers. Fair enough.

                      Indeed, this makes life easy for the shopper. Want pearls? Go to the pearl market. Want fabric? Go to the fabric market. Want crickets? You guessed it, go to the cricket market. Just remember your bargaining skills! You'll need them in the markets of Shanghai.

                      1. Dong Tai Road Antique Market
                      Description: Be warned, the word "antique" can apply to things made last year.
                      Address: Dong Tai Road, near Xizang Nan Road
                      Opening hours: Daily. Morning (in full swing by 9:30-10am) till sundown.
                      Comments: Dong Tai Road is a lot of fun, especially if you're in the mood to just wander and look at junk. You'll find every kind of Mao memorabilia to old records, photos, lanterns, porcelain, chopsticks and knick-knacks. Remember to bargain hard here and have fun treasure hunting.

                      Temple Fairs Guide in Beijing for 2013 Spring Festival
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                      Beijing Spring Festival

                      The temple fair is a social gathering in China. Legend has it that it originated in ancient times when people offered sacrifices to village deities, and the ritual's location gradually evolved into a marketplace for people to exchange products as well as stage cultural performances. At a temple fair, people worship the gods and pray for blessings while enjoying the festivities. Traditional shows such as xiangsheng (xiàng sheng 相聲, cross talk), banner shows, kung fu shows and lion dances all are staple features of the fair.

                      Buying a laptop in China
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                      A LaptopNowadays, computer is becoming more and more important in our daily life. It makes our life much more convenient for we can get news on the internet, chat with our friends and relatives and buy what you want without going out of home. And the laptop is popularized for its convenience. Since there are various brands of laptops in China market, some of them are real and some of them are “a real fake” or a “fake fake”. If you have little knowledge on this trade, you will probably be cheated. So How to buy a laptop in China?

                      Beijing Antique Market (北京古玩市場)
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                      ?Beijing Antique Market
                      In Beijing, the cultural center of China, the most popular place for you to go and see?is the?Antique Market. A visit to the Antique Market?is as important a part of a foreigner’s tour in Beijing as the Great Wall, the Peking duck and the Forbidden City.

                      Shanghai Antique Market (上海古玩市場)
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                      A house, a shopping mall and a street (一樓一城一條街)?are the major three antique markets in Shanghai.

                      A House---TREASURE HOUSE MARKET (藏寶樓)

                      Teasure House Market"Treasure House", the true name of "FUYOU ROAD CRAFTS MARKET"(福佑路工藝品市場), it's used to be Fuyou Antiques Market. This market attract crowds of amateur collectors every Sunday morning on the lookout for a wide variety of objects such as paintings and calligraphy, pottery and all sorts of curios.
                      Add: Fangbang Lu 457, Shanghai
                      Tel: 021- 63262733


                      Guangzhou Antique Market (廣州古玩市場)
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                      Xiguan Antique MarketGuangzhou is the most important Commodity distribution center in south China. Guangzhou boasts eight major shopping streets, such as Dishipu, Beijing Road, Gaodi Street, Culture Street, Night Market and the Golden Fish Street. If you take a tour of these shopping streets, you will surely come back with lots of commodities.

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