徒步上海80天第七站-时光里的名車風采

The Seventh Stop: 80 days Walking in Shanghai – the Famous Cars on the Timeline
在上海,汽車的話題永遠為人們津津樂道,擁有一輛名車不但讓市民覺得非常有面子,甚至成了炫耀身份和地位的象徵,這個現象可能在實用主義西方人的眼中感到難以理解。不過不管怎麼說,在這種文化下倒也衍生出了不少符合車迷口味的優秀展覽,比如今天要介紹的上海最大的汽車博物館,順著歷史軌跡,向我們展示了經典名車行業的發展過程,從中,您不妨找找看這些是否有自己中意的汽車品牌。
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.

徒步上海80天第二站-80後情懷物品展

The Second Stop: 80 Days Walking in Shanghai – The Generation Y (1981-1996) Vintage objects Exhibition
80後的懷舊情懷逐漸地產生了共鳴,並在網絡上產生了一些集體懷舊的現象,然而伴隨80後一起成長的學習及生活用品幾乎都已經消失了,取而代之的是各種高科技電子設備。這次位於黃浦江邊的80情懷物品展展出了80年代出生的孩子們常用物品,讓這一代人偶爾從電子設備的捆綁中解脫出來,回憶起無憂無慮的時光以及朋友間純粹的友誼。
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.

徒步上海80天第一站-“屋里厢”博物館

The First Stop: 80 days of walking in Shanghai – “WuLiXiang" Museum
這所新天地的石庫門「屋裡廂」博物館給了我們一個緬懷老上海,追尋歷史回憶的好去處,同時也為外國遊客提供了了解上海歷史文化的平台,可以說是最富有上海特色的地方。它由一幢建於二十世紀二十年代的石庫門老房子保留、改造而成。整個博物館佔地面積367.2平方米,建築面積為513.9平方米,按照二十年代里弄單元一戶住戶為模式建成。
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.