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Wanshang Flower and Bird Market
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Wanshang Flower and Bird Market

Wanshang is a real hustle and bustle with birds chirping, vendors shouting and shoppers haggling. It feels more like a hub where seniors hang out and meet others who share their pastime interests, like bird keeping or cricket fighting. Flower stalls are small and passages cramped,...
Lanling Flower and Bird Market
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Lanling Flower and Bird Market

Located in a residential area in Putuo District, this huge market is incredibly well organised: flower pots are nicely arranged and prices are hand written on pieces of cardboard with plant names, origins and tips for maintenance. What makes it well worth a trip is that...
Hongqiao Flower Market
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Hongqiao Flower Market

Hongqiao Flower Market feels like an IKEA, only dedicated to all things green. The massive space (20,000 square metres) sells potted plants, cut and artificial flowers as well as home decor. The vibe here is more flowers for decoration than get-your-hands-dirty in the yard, however with...
Meilong Flower and Bird Market
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Meilong Flower and Bird Market

Close to Jinjiang Action Park to the southwest of the city, this market may not be exactly what you’d consider conveniently located. However, its leafy aisles stock blooming flowers like hydrangea, azalea and camellia, and more towards the front, have greens and pitcher plants, native to...
Shanghai’s best vintage and secondhand markets
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Shanghai’s best vintage and secondhand markets

Hunting for secondhand gems in Shanghai is no easy feat: on one hand, you’ve got high-end pre-loved goods and used designer items that can easily burn a hole in your pocket while on the other, you have markets selling piles and piles of clutter that takes...
3 eco-conscious restaurants in Shanghai you need to know
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3 eco-conscious restaurants in Shanghai you need to know

There’s no getting away from it, green living is no longer just an alternative lifestyle. A growing awareness of environmental issues has seen sustainability hit the mainstream. But being green doesn’t mean only eating greens. Here are three restaurants in Shanghai leading the eco charge. Green...
25 Qing Dynasty tombs discovered in China’s Hunan
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25 Qing Dynasty tombs discovered in China’s Hunan

Archaeologists have found 25 tombs dating back to the Qing Dynasty (1644-1911) in central China’s Hunan Province, according to the provincial cultural relics and archaeology research institute. More than 60 cultural relics, including porcelain jars, porcelain bowls, copper hairpins and copper knives, were unearthed at the...
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