1864, the earliest food market of Shanghai was established.
The illustration shows at the end of Qing Dynasty, Sanjiaodi
food market was set up in Hongkou. It was the biggest large-scaled
food market at that time.
The family wife took a rickshaw
to go to the street buying the food. The photo was
taken in 1930.
The Nanjing Road Food Market
with inside and outside booming transaction at the
end of Qing Dynasty.
The countryman brought the
geese and ducks to sell inside Chengxian.
In 1930, four storied with
certain scaled Fuzhou Road Food Market was contructed
and opened. The photo was taken in 1930.
pedlar in 1930s.
A street hawker at the end
of Qing Dynasty.
illustration shows the "camel" shoulder pole specially
selling the sweet porridge and "hundun" (a Chinese
The Hu Xin Pavilion Tea
House in 1784 was reconstructed to be a tea room
in 1855. It's the most famous old tea house in Shanghai.
The illustration shows the scene of Hu Xin Pavilion
Tea House at the beginning of the 20th century.
Shanghai famous "Qing
Lian Ge Tea House" in the early times sold
tea in the front building and opium in the back
building, it's very booming. The illustration shows
the wooden carved painting "Shanghai Qing Lian
Ge Tea House & opium Hall" of Fei Ying
Ge. This house was built at the end of Qing Dynasty.
After several times of repair
and renovation, the antique Hu Xin Pavilion Tea
House was more fascinating, even the foreigners
used to come here drinking the tea and having amusement
by its famous shop sign.
The Quan An Tea House was
situated in Nanjing Road, Shanghai at the end of
The street fruits pedlar
The street tea pedlar in
Beginning from 1994, the
raw and fresh food entered in the supermarket, it's
more convenient for the Shanghai people to buy the
The national food market
The country dining hall
It's a special taste taking
the fast food in the construction site of Jin Mao
Mansion several hundred meters high from the ground.
The ocean sailors wandering
far away find their feeling of homeland in the German
bar of Hotel Sofitels Hyland.
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