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Discussion dans 'Shanghai Pratique' créé par Isebergue, 2 Novembre 2006.

  1. misterasi

    misterasi Membre Gold

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    j'avais lu cet article il y a un an disant que Qipu Lu sera rénové donc profitez des bas prix avant que cela devienne comme partout

    High-end fashion planned for cheap road
    Shanghai Daily
    Aug 25, 2011

    Qipu Road, a well-known market for cheap clothes, will be transformed into a creative, high-end fashion center with entertainment venues, parks and offices, plus an upgraded shopping mall for clothes, officials said yesterday.

    The 1-kilometer-long road spanning Zhabei and Hongkou districts will also have wedding photo studios and hotels, while shop windows will display garments of famous domestic brands, said Sun Yu, an official with the Bureau of Planning and Land Resources.

    The change to higher-tier brands comports with Zhabei government plans to turn the region into a financial center, said a planning official surnamed Wang with the Zhabei commerce commission.

    A new e-commerce platform will also be established for the new market where consumers and wholesalers can buy and trade clothes online, Wang told Shanghai Daily.

    The Qipu Road Garment Market - also known as "Cheap Road Market" among foreigners - includes 10 malls mostly doing wholesale business. The malls attract tens of thousands of customers on an average day, with daily numbers reaching 200,000 during holidays.

    The district government hinted in May that the popular market might become "high end," despite an online survey showing that more than 70 percent of local people opposed the plan because they said "citizens just need a place like that to sell cheap products."

    "The low-end face of the market had to be lifted for the urban plan to turn a 3.2-squre-kilometer area near the market into an international business district," said another official with the commission surnamed Gu.

    The area along the city's Suzhou Creek is planned as an urban center for Shanghai's financial sector and international companies by 2015, the planning bureau said on its website. The bureau will publicize the plan until September 21 and received public opinions.

    The creek waterfront will become an eco-friendly corridor for sightseeing and relaxation, with five parks and several yachting marinas, Sun said.

    Sightseeing cruises will travel along the waterway by 2015, she added.

    Old buildings, including many traditional shikumen (stone-gated) houses of Shanghai, will be renovated and be used mostly as art and cultural centers. Residents now living in the buildings will be moved out soon, Sun said.

    The decades-old Sihang Warehouse on Guangfu Road alongside the creek will house a new museum and be restored, and it will also be home to creative companies and studios, Sun said.
     
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    oh merci merci, je pensai pas avoir une reponse aussi rapidement! je vais surement y aller aujourd'hui au pire demain ;-)
     
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    Pas la peine de se précipiter, je pense que les travaux ne sont pas prêt de commencer. :)
     
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    Finallement je suis allee a celui de Nanjing road w et aujourd'hui a Pudong.
     
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    Ok mais savoir que tu y es allé n'aidera pas grand monde si tu ne communiques pas sur des données factuel : est ce que ca correspondait à tes attentes ? pourquoi ? quelles recommandations fais tu ? etc...

    C'est bien de poser des questions sur le forum mais c'est encore mieux d'apporter ta pierre à l'édifice pour les autres qui viendront après toi ;)
     
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    Attention si vous n'achetez pas.....
    [h=1]Vendor thugs on Qipu Road assault expats who won't buy[/h] By Xu Chi | 2012-7-26 | [​IMG] NEWSPAPER EDITION
    [HR][/HR]SOME vendors of knock-off goods have turned violent, tailing foreigners and beating them if they refuse to buy their goods on Shanghai's popular Qipu Road market street, which is commonly known as the "Cheap Road."

    More than 10 such vendors were seen yesterday wandering around the market street. Some were muscular guys holding little English-language advertisements, waiting for foreign customers and tailing them to make their pitch in broken English.

    Some foreigners reluctant to purchase the over-priced goods or trying to get rid of the harassment are beaten at shady spots where other vendors set up an ambush. They assaulted quickly and escape before the police arrive, a Shanghai Daily investigation found.

    If a foreigner is accompanied by a Chinese person, the vendors usually beat the Chinese because they will be punished more severely if they hurt a foreigner, a vendor said.

    In a recent case, Steven Bateman, an expat from England, told Shanghai Daily that he and his wife encountered an "unprovoked physical attack" by vendors who tailed them at the Qipu Road market on July 1.

    Bateman said that "an unpleasant-looking man," around 170cm and wearing a blue and white striped rugby shirt, started tailing them when they went into a shopping mall at about 2pm.

    The man repeatedly asked them to go to his store for some "Armani jeans," and although the couple tried to ignore him, the man followed them for more than 30 minutes. A tall, Str0ng friend joined in, tailing the couple, Bateman wrote in a column for LivingSu.com.

    As the couple approached the elevators, one of the vendors caught his wife on the back, "raising his hand, muttering threats to hit her," he wrote. "Suddenly the first punch was thrown, striking my wife across her right cheek."

    Then the guy struck the woman a second time, and another man started punching and kicking Bateman, he said. The two men fled before police arrived.

    "I was totally shocked," said Bateman. "All we did was to ignore them in the shopping mall but they openly attacked us."

    Police said they are still investigating.

    Bateman said they learned that on the same day, a man was caught for attacking a foreign customer. Security guards at the shopping malls told Shanghai Daily that quarrels and bodily contacts among foreign customers and shop vendors are quite common during bargaining for price.

    Many Chinese customers are also complaining online, saying they have been cursed or beaten by vendors when trying to get a better price.

    Ding Xiang, a fake good vendor from Anhui Province, told Shanghai Daily that they are "trained and asked to follow the foreigners from the first step they take in the stores till the last step when they walk out, to prevent other vendors from stealing their business."

    Foreigners are rich so should pay more, Ding said. He said he dislikes foreigners because of some highly publicized incidents in which foreigners treated Chinese poorly.
     

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