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We have walked along the streets here and looked at some street vendors' stalls. My friend got a fan here for 8 kuai which is quite cheap and also very beautiful. The rest of the street is cute but there was nothing special to buy....More
when you swaying in the wooden boad with dark bamboo awning, it's like you can still hear the ancient opera among the lake, where the famous writer Luxun enjoy the bean soup with his dearest little friends. it's a memory of the age, a lasting...More
This is the same kind of street you find in other Chinese towns. It is sanitized reconstruction that, while nice to look at, has very little to offer that you cannot find elsewhere. It mostly sells calligraphy decorated fans and a few other souvenirs. It...More