The Seventh Stop: 80 days Walking in Shanghai – the Famous Cars on the Timeline
In Shanghai, the topic of cars will always be a popular one, and owning a famous car not only makes the citizens feel very dignified but even becomes a symbol of status. This phenomenon seems difficult to understand in the eyes of the pragmatic West. But, anyway, this culture has given rise to a number of excellent exhibitions to suit the tastes of car enthusiasts. For example, the largest Car Museum in Shanghai, which is introduced today, shows us the development of the classic car industry along historical lines. You may find out if there is a car brand of your choice.
The Sixth Stop: 80 Days of Walking in Shanghai – Painting and Calligraphy in Fans
n the process of the creation of classical Chinese calligraphy and painting, apart from the use of regular Xuan paper as writing material, the fan surface is also preferred by many calligraphers and painters, and the fan surface is a folding fan and a circular fan. The folding fan is written without the fan bone and should be spread out into a semi-regular shape to be smooth enough for the calligraphy brush. The appearance of folding fans can be traced back to the Northern and Southern Dynasties, and later became popular in the Song Dynasty through the artistic creations of literati artists. The circular fan is usually round or polygonal symmetrical pattern made of silk satin with a handle, which can be used to draw inscriptions directly.
The Fifth Stop: 80 Days of Walking in Shanghai – The Past and The Present of The Bund in SaiMeng Museum
100 years ago, many Western governments left behind architecture on the Bund, and some of the most representative British and French buildings are still in use today and have become famous attractions in Shanghai.
The Fourth Stop: 80 Days of Walking in Shanghai – Facial Makeup in Beijing Opera Exhibition at Shanghai Pubilc Art Museum
You will never find a city as traditional and modern, Chinese style and Western-style as Shanghai, where people from any part of the world can find their own identity and a figure of their country’s culture.The Shanghai Pubilc Art Museum is one of the most representative examples, with permanent exhibitions on Old Shanghai culture as well as cultural highlights from other parts of China, such as today’s presentation of the Chinese national Beijing Opera Facial Makeup.
The Third Stop: 80 Days of Walking in Shanghai – Guilin Park
The fast pace of Shanghai’s bustle is a harbinger of high work intensity and mental stress, so I would like to introduce you to the perfect place which was built in 1934 to visit in Shanghai – Guilin Park. You can sit and read under the pavilion with a book, enjoy a cup of tea in the park’s teahouse, or just relax with a walk in the woods.
The Second Stop: 80 Days Walking in Shanghai – The Generation Y (1981-1996) Vintage objects Exhibition
The nostalgia of Gen Y has gradually resonated and generated some collective nostalgia on the Internet. This exhibition of 80’s vintage objects by the Huangpu River showcases objects commonly used by children born in the 1980s, making these people occasionally break free from the bondage of digital devices and bring them back to a carefree time and pure friendship among friends.
The First Stop: 80 days of walking in Shanghai – “WuLiXiang" Museum
The Shikumen Museum in Xintiandi gives us a place to reminisce about old Shanghai and trace our historical memories, and also provides a platform for foreign visitors to understand Shanghai’s history and culture. It is preserved and remodeled from an old Stonegate house built in the 1920s.