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The Street of Eternal Happiness: The Tattoo Artist

Aug 16, 2012
Among the street's many noodle shops and fashion boutiques, one artist's tattoo store represents a changing China.
Posted In: China, tattoo

The Street of Eternal Happiness: The Migrant

Jul 11, 2012
Meet Zhao Silin: Migrant, factory worker, mother, and owner of a tiny flower shop on Changle Road in Shanghai, otherwise known as The Street of Eternal Happiness.
Posted In: Shanghai, China

The Street of Eternal Happiness: The Tailor

Jun 21, 2012
Meet Master Chu Hongsheng on the first stop of our year-long series profiling the people who make their living on Changle Road, or the Street of Eternal Happiness, which bisects Shanghai.
Posted In: Shanghai, qipoa, clothes, dress, China

Landmark: The Jinjiang Hotel

The Jinjiang Hotel at 59 Maoming South Road, just off Changle Road in Shanghai is the site where, in 1972, President Richard Nixon and Chairman Mao Zedong signed the Shanghai Communique, normalizing trade relations between the U.S. and China.

View this landmark on our interactive map and listen to stories in our year-long Marketplace series examining China's changing economy, The Street of Eternal Happiness.


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Jun 20, 2012

Landmark: The Okura Hotel

The Okura Hotel at 58 Maoming South Road near Changle Road in Shanghai is formerly the Cercle Sportif Française, once the most luxurious private club in the French quarter, with its grand ballroom, swimming pool, lounges, and wicker sofas. The Grand Ballroom still bears its beautiful stained-glass ceiling lights. This club served as Mao Zedong's private quarters whenever he visited Shanghai, which perhaps explains the eight-room underground concrete bunker that connects to the Jin Jiang Hotel across the street.

View this landmark on our interactive map and listen to stories in our year-long Marketplace series examining China's changing economy, The Street of Eternal Happiness.


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Jun 20, 2012

Landmark: The Lyceum Theatre

The Lyceum Theatre at 57 Maoming South Road near Changle Road in Shanghai was built in 1931 by the British Consul for the Amateur Dramatic Society. The well-known English ballerina Margot Fonteyn danced here as a girl.

View this landmark on our interactive map and listen to stories in our year-long Marketplace series examining China's changing economy, The Street of Eternal Happiness.


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Jun 20, 2012

Landmark: Century Business Plaza

Century Business Plaza at 989 Changle Road in Shanghai is a massive skyscraper that’s home to the headquarters to dozens of major U.S. multinational corporations.

View this landmark on our interactive map and listen to stories in our year-long Marketplace series examining China's changing economy, The Street of Eternal Happiness.


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Jun 20, 2012

Landmark: Dickson Department store

Dickson Department store at 400 Changle Road in Shangha is one of China’s first upscale luxury brand department stores, starting a very big trend that would later take over big malls across the country.

View this landmark on our interactive map and listen to stories in our year-long Marketplace series examining China's changing economy, The Street of Eternal Happiness.


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Jun 20, 2012

Landmark: Wujin Century Building

The Wujin Century Building at 291 Fumin Lu near Changle Road in Shanghai is home to a bunch of Western restaurants popular with foreign expats in Shanghai, and in the late evening hours, this seedy corner attracts drug dealers, blackmarket DVD vendors, and prostitutes.

View this landmark on our interactive map and listen to stories in our year-long Marketplace series examining China's changing economy, The Street of Eternal Happiness.


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