Tag Archives: Children

Post 105: The CLASH

This final post of my 100th Post Countdown of Shanghai’s Top 5 Sartorial Trends will break down what Shanghai’s style is all about, but first I wanted to point out that I’ve made Maleonn‘s beautiful illustration of 20th Century Chinese … Continue reading

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Sunny Wednesday, Xin Tian Di

The sun finally came out today after two weeks of acidic drizzle and downpours, and there wasn’t a better way to start this sunny day than to see this lovely lady riding down the street with a bunch of balloons … Continue reading

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Blogger Spotlight: Accidental Chinese Hipsters & Babies of China

Have you heard about the blogs Accidental Chinese Hipsters or Babies of China? It seems they have only recently started, but they already have some great content. I mean, the names say it all… Who doesn’t love Chinese hipsters (especially … Continue reading

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Globalization and the Conflation of Culture, China

The woman below just barely missed making the Top 10 of 2010 List, but I felt that I could structure a whole post around her because she looks like the ultimate mixed baby… She looks like she could be from … Continue reading

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Top 10 of 2010 FINALE: Jing An and Shanghai Railway Station

So I know it was just yesterday that I posted Installation 5 about Chinese Children, but I somehow forgot the most exceptional examples of childrenswear I’ve found in China: Her sister’s dress with its long silhouette and beautiful print stood … Continue reading

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The Future of Chinese Fashion, China

After spotting this little guy on Christmas morning munching out on a baozi (Chinese for dumpling), I suddenly realized that HE is the future of Chinese fashion! Well, not him specifically, but rather ALL Chinese children are the future of … Continue reading

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