Shanghai’s Hand Printed Blue Nankeen

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Taking a relaxing Shanghai City Tour and weekend stroll along the quiet Changle Road taking in the tranquil scenery of red rooftops and yellow grey walls you can enjoy the peaceful scenery. During the stroll you can stumble upon a sign at the side of the road with “Chinese Hand Printed Blue Nankeen Exhibition Hall,” following the sign you are led into a small alley and as you reach the end of the alley you think you’ve reached a dead end there is another sign that tells you to turn right, then you continue to turn..turn…turn and then you have reached a fascinating location where there is a courtyard in full bloom. What’s more eye catching in the garden is the beautiful fabric hanging from the bamboo gracefully fluttering under the slight breeze and sunshine.

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