Cultural Life

Shanghai is the birthplace of Haipai culture, which combines southern and Western cultures and is what admirers think of as the soul of a city that never sleeps.

The term Haipai (‘Shanghai style’ was coined by a group of Beijing writers, in 1920, as a form of criticism of some Shanghai scholars whose style of writing they considered too admiring of money and Western culture.

Multimedia show highlights Van Gogh’s works

A multimedia show of more than 3,000 paintings of Vincent Van Gogh is held in Shanghai.  Read More

Cultural Life

Shanghai is the birthplace of Haipai culture.

Window shopping in style

In this spring, you have more reasons go window shopping at Shanghai Xintiandi, the city’s major leisure and entertainment landmark.  Read More

Cigarette cards museum

Feng Yiyou, 82, set up the museum with more than 40,000 cigarette cards, with the oldest dating back to late Qing Dynasty (1644-1912).

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Lane graffiti a new scenery in Shanghai

A graffiti wall appeared in an old community in Shanghai, decorating the traditional lane with color and vitality.

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