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We had an absolutely perfect day with our tour guide - Rogin Luo - who took us for a hike along The Great Wall! Didn't know what to expect and were thrilled to have him as our guide. Very imformative, knowledgable and fun! We go to experience a part of The Great Wall that was unrestored and see all its natural beauty. Got a long history lesson along the way!

After the hike, we all went to lunch at a small place at the bottom of the hill. Located in a house, we ate lunch in the proprietors bedroom! What a hoot! Rogin is the Best of the Best! This tour company delivered for us and we are extremely grateful.

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Westborough, Massachusetts
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Shanghai Folklore

Shanghai is located in the south, therefore, Shanghai and Jiangnan customs and other places have a lot in common. After its inception, Shanghai became a city which is densely populated and cosmopolitan mixed. The new situation gave the old custom to add new content; Shanghai customs gradually formed its own characteristics. After the Opium War, the conflict of Western culture and diverse fusion of traditional Chinese culture in Shanghai city form a unique economic, geographical and cultural environment. First, in the field of the arts of painting, opera, etc. to produce an artistic style different from the traditional one. This atmosphere thereby affecting all levels of society to become more stable state of the public culture, as opposed to the North "Beijing School" culture exists. Shanghai culture plays an important role for the country in the history of modern Chinese culture as has a strong radiation and influence to other cities and regions.





» Jingwu Sports Association
Jingwu Sports Association
Jingwu Sports Association (Chin Woo Athletic Federation) originated from Jingwu gymnastics school founded by Huo Yuanjia in 1910 in Shanghai. It is a professor school to promote the Chinese martial arts and culture revolutionary forces for the main activities and tasks of mass martial arts groups. In the history of sports in modern China, it is the oldest and far-reaching implications of folk sports organizations.

» Shanghai Longhua Temple Fair
Shanghai Longhua Temple Fair
Shanghai Longhua Temple Fair is an ancient Han folk and folk religion and cultural activities. It has been one of the traditional festivals which have a long history in east China. It is a comprehensive temple fair with the combination of commodity market, folk beliefs and folk entertainment.

» Yuyuan Lantern Festival
Yuyuan Lantern Festival
"Yuyuan Lantern Festival" covers an area of 5.3 hectares and it is held every year from the first day of the first lunar month to the eighteenth day of the first lunar month in the landscape architectural style of Yuyuan Garden.

» Luodian Dragon Boat
Luodian Dragon Boat
Luodian dragon boat is a traditional Han folk activities in Shanghai Baoshan district. It was began to develop in Ming Dynasty and flourished in Qing Dynasty. Luodian dragon boat pays attention to view admiration rather than competition.

» Horizontal Inscribed Board Custom
Horizontal Inscribed Board Custom
Horizontal inscribed board known as plaque, flat slips, referred to as flat, plaque or forehead, is an ancient Han Chinese folk culture. To inscribe on the horizontal inscribed board of any palace, pavilions, shops and other issues can called plaque. In history, the plaque with its varied style, superb art of calligraphy, and magnificent architecture embraced and become an integral part of the building.

» Killing Time in Teahouse
Killing Time in Teahouse
Killing time in teahouse means going to the teahouse for drinking tea. It is a typical pastime for Songjiang people. In Tang, Song, teahouse was called Chasi and tea house. In Qing Dynasty, Songjiang teahouses were throughout urban and rural areas.

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