Yuexiu Hotel(Xiaobei Road)

No.198 Xiaobei Road, Yuexiu District, Guangzhou, Guangdong, 510045, China
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shopping : guangzhou vs gongbei in zhuhai

by cutebobo

Which is better for good quality fake bags and clothes / suits for working ladies?

I was in shenzhen a few years ago and a nice "gucci" bag is available at 60-100 yuan. What's the price range like in gongbei / guangzhou now?

Also, how much do I expect to pay for a tailored cheongsam?

Thanks a million.

Re: shopping : guangzhou vs gongbei in zhuhai

by sereneho

i do encourage you not to buy any. quality is very bad. you pay for it , take it home n later too ashamed to use it

Guangzhou bag bargains

by Confucius

I have not been to Gongbei (Zhuhai) recently but I can give you good tips for Guangzhou.

The best place to buy a fake "Gucci" is at a little shop on Jiaoyu Street west of Beijing Street. They are currently liquidating all merchandise and so bargains can be found in the 60-100 yuan price range.

For Louis Vuitton bags go to 315 Renmin Road and visit booth B32 (left side) for quality copies of LV bags.

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Replica Antiques and Jingdezhen Porcelain Shops

by Confucius about Kang Wang Zhong Road Replica Antiques Market Area

Ever wonder where Chinese antique dealers really get their merchandise? They like to say that it comes from China's countryside and that whatever you like in their shop just happened to come in 10 days ago from some village in Henan province where a poor rural family sold off their precious heirlooms or some farmer accidently dug it up in a field . Well I'm here to tell you that this is all a bunch of bamboo shoots (Chinese B.S.).

I stumbled across a wholesale market of replica antiques in area of Guangzhou seldom visited by foreign tourists. That's right, I said "wholesale"...as in tons of replica antiques made to order. Rows upon rows of quality replica bronzes that look like a thief looted the Shaanxi Provincial Museum after an earthquake; armies of Tang San Cai (tri-color glazed pottery) horses and princesses standing in lots; all fake and all made somewhere nearby though none of the shopowners would divulge the factory's location.

It's really an incredible sight, and an enlightening experience if you have ever thought about buying antiques in China. Once you've convinced them that you're on to the game, the wholesalers become retailers and give you cheap bargains. I couldn't believe it when I bought what looked like a Qing dynasty copy of a 1 meter tall Tang princess statue for only 300 RMB. I imagine the price on Hong Kong's Hollywood Road would be 3000 Hong Kong dollars and at an "Oriental Antique" shop in Seattle it might be 600 US dollars or more.

Ancient porcelain is much more difficult to copy and so the fakes are easier to identify. Therefore the market for high quality copies of bronze and clay antiques is developing rapidly. Only trained experts can really spot the difference among authentic Tang San Cai from the Tang dynasty, Qing dynasty copies of Tang San Cai, and modern replicas made in Guangzhou.
Ordinary buyers would find it challenging to differentiate between the latter two examples. Replica ancient bronzes (including Sanxingdui copies), replica Tang San Cai (tri-colour glazed statues), replica Jun ware pottery, authentic ornate wood carvings, authentic Jingdezhen porcelain Most high quality replicas can be purchased for 200-300 RMB if you are a savvy shopper. You should not pay more than 400 RMB for any replica items. Authentic Jingdezhen porcelain will be priced higher for certain extraordinary items, but I don't believe that you're going to find a real Ming vase.

Qing Ping Herbal Medicine Market

by francischris

Big market selling dried herbs ,dried sea cucumbers dried sea horses...etc.Interesting to browse around.The Cantonese like to boil soup over slow flame for at least 2 hour; suppose to be a good tonic to keep the doctors away.This market offers all kind of herbal ingredients for the soup pot.

GuangZhou

by swanmey

Guangzhou, the capital of Guangdong province, is located on the Pearl River delta near the South China Sea.

A trade port for centuries, Guangzhou is known for its mixture of culture, tradition and even names. It is called Yangcheng (Goat City) or Huacheng (Flower City) by Chinese, while for decades after the Opium War (1839-1842) it was known to foreigners as Canton.

The city has undergone dramatic modernization in recent years, along with nearby Pearl delta cities such as Shenzhen and Zhuhai, which are all inter-connected by high-speed train and highway systems.

Although boats still shuttle back and forth on the Pearl River, the cross-river tunnel, underground railway are increasingly bringing a new look to the city of Goat and Flower.

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