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Cheongsam in Shanghai

 
The cheongsam is a female dress with distinctive Chinese features and enjoys a growing popularity in the international world of high fashion.
The name "cheongsam," meaning simply "long dress," entered the English vocabulary from the dialect of China's Guangdong Province (Cantonese). In other parts of the country including Beijing, however, it is known as "qipao", which has a history behind it.  More...
 

Dun Lin

  • 237 Changle Rd.
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  • 54037120
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Han Yi Garments

  • 217-221 Changle Rd.
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  • 54042303
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Hangzhou Zhujun

  • 225 Changle Rd.
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  • 54042839
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Li Gu Long

  • 205 Changle Rd.
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  • 54031515
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

Teahouses

Tea consumption has its legendary origins in China dating back to more than 4,000 years ago, making it the oldest herbal tea known. Green tea was first brewed in 2737 BC during the reign of Emperor Shennong.[3]
A book written by Lu Yu in 600-900 AD (Tang Dynasty), "Tea Classic" is considered important in green tea history. The Kissa Yojoki (喫茶養生記 Book of Tea), written by Zen priest Eisai in 1191, describes how drinking green tea may affect five vital organs, the shapes of tea plants, flowers and leaves, and how to grow and process tea leaves.
 
 

 Chun Fen De Yi Lou

Built in later Qing Dynasty, this is one of the tea houses with the longest history and the best reputation in Shanghai.  Read More...
 

 De He Teahouse

The capacious De He Teahouse will make you feel relaxed and comfortable. Besides the tea you asked, it also provides a buffet dinner of various snacks and fruits.                                                                                                                                          Read More...

 

 The Mid-Lake Pavilion Teahouse

This is the oldest teahouse in Shanghai. Being linked to the lakeshore by the Jiuqu Bridge, the Mid-Lake Pavilion was originally built in 1784 in the Qing Dynasty (1644 - 1911). It has become a teahouse in 1855. Here you can have high-class tea and delicious snacks such as preserved plums and small glutinous rice dumplings. And you can enjoy the excellent music played by traditional Chinese musical instruments.                                                                                                                              Read More...

 

 The Mid-Lake Pavilion Teahouse

This is the oldest teahouse in Shanghai. Being linked to the lakeshore by the Jiuqu Bridge, the Mid-Lake Pavilion was originally built in 1784 in the Qing Dynasty (1644 - 1911). It has become a teahouse in 1855. Here you can have high-class tea and delicious snacks such as preserved plums and small glutinous rice dumplings. And you can enjoy the excellent music played by traditional Chinese musical instruments.                                                                                                                              Read More...

 

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