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1912 is the main bar district in Nanjing. In a nutshell, it’s where the trendy, young crowds go.
There are four main chain stores in Nanjing that sell household electrical appliances. They are Su Ning, Wu Xin, Guo Mei (Gome), and Yong Le. The first two are local Jiangsu brands, Gome is from Northern China. Each store offers a complete set of different e-appliances, from cell phones to family audio sets and hairdryers to electric cookers.
Hours:Most stores are open 9:00am to 5:00pm or 6:00pm
Address:Zhujiang Road Subway Station is a 10 minute walk from the main shops on Zhujiang Road.
Chain Convenience Stores
There are a few different convenience store chains in Nanjing. There is no real noticeable difference between them in terms of the products they carry. Here’s a list of some basic categories of items found at these convenience stores.
Hunan Road (湖南路)
Address:No.17 Da Jian Yin Alley
Established in 1952, Nanjing Union Theological Seminary was designated the national seminary of the Church of China. Originally it represented a union of twelve seminaries in eastern China until the Beijing Yanjing Seminary joined it in 1962.
Address:No.390 Mochou Road
Originally constructed nearly 400 years ago, Mochou Road Church is the oldest Catholic Cathedral in Nanjing and one of the municipal cultural relics. It is said that the church was built by an Italian churchman who was considered “the forerunner to promoting cultural exchanges between east and west”.
Address:No. 396 South Taiping Road, Baixia Dist.
Established in 1923, St. Paul’s Church is the first official Christian church in Nanjing. The church’s design is meant to imitate the style of European churches in rural areas. It is gothic architecture with exquisite decoration. The inner structure reflects traditional Chinese style.
Address:No. 181 Nong, Taicang Lu, Shanghai
Xintiandi is….erm….well…rather difficult to describe, but I will give it my best shot. Xintiandi is located downtown nestled between the towering skyscrapers. It is without question, one of the busiest urban tourist attractions in Shanghai.
Address:No. 158, Yincheng Bei Lu, Shanghai (near the Pearl Tower)
Price:120 Yuan/ticket, 80 Yuan for children
Those with little ones in tow, or if you are just a big kid like me, then I recommend the Pudong Aquarium. There are two aquariums in Shanghai; the other located in Changfeng Park. In my opinion the Pudong Aquarium is far better. However, with tickets costing 110RMB per person, it is certainly a pricey option.