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1. Beijing Books Wholesale Fair
Situated in Tian Shui Yuan Bei Li, Chao Yang District, the Beijing Books Wholesale Fair is a book lovers delight. Specialities include politics, economics, arts, biography, literature, sports, military, science and technology, tools, history, computer science, magazines, and others. Major publishers across the country set up their show rooms here all year round. These publishers are also engaged in retail sales. If you buy one or two books only, you can get a 10 per cent discount if you bargain with them.
Address: Tian Shui Yuan North Road Chao Yang District Beijing 100026
Opening hours: 9am-5pm daily.
Telephone: +86 (0)10 6506 2680
Neighbourhood: Central Chao Yang District
URL: http://www.bjtpf.com.cn

2. Hong Qiao Market
Located opposite the northeastern entrance to the Temple of Heaven, this market is somewhat of an institution in Beijing. Come here to find antiques, jewelry, clothes, food, souvenirs, gifts, toys, shoes and more. Prices are incredibly cheap, and the more you buy the bigger the discount. The quality of the goods is not always the best, but for the prices it is about what you should expect. Rather chaotic but you will have fun poking around. A fish market is located in the basement. Credit cards accepted at some jewelry stalls.
Address: Tian Tan East Road, East of the Temple of Heaven Chong Wen District Beijing Beijing 100061
Opening hours: 8.30am-7pm daily.
Telephone: +86 (0)10 6713 3354
Neighbourhood: Chong Wen and Xuan Wu Districts
Nearest train: Bus 35,39,43 at Fa Hua Temple Station

3. Ke Yuan Book City
This is a great spot for book lovers and those into the high-tech equipment. Taking up the whole basement of a massive building, this market is a gathering of Chinese publishing companies and bookshops, all in individual stalls. One can find books on almost any topic from computer science to medicine or fortune telling. Most books are in Chinese. At the outskirts of the book market are counters selling computers, software, compact discs, cassettes, printers, scanners, and all the latest high-tech gadgets available.
Address: 15 Fu Xing Road, Hai Dian District West of the CCTV and the Military Museum Beijing 100038
Opening hours: 9am-6pm daily.
Telephone: +86 (0)10 6851 5544 ext 2016
Neighbourhood: Hai Dian District
Nearest train: Gong Zhu Fen Station

4. Silk Alley
Ironically situated right beside the American embassy, this is Beijing's center for counterfeit designer goods, and a shopping experience not to be missed by any visitor. Pick up North Face down-stuffed jackets, Timberland sweatshirts and Versace and Armani shirts, and why not round off the new look with a pair of Ray Bans? Also available: silk and cashmere scarves, luggage, shoes, hats and gloves. Stallholders chant in broken English, Russian and Japanese to draw the myriad of shoppers. Bargain as if your life depended on it—aim for about a third of the initial asking price.
Address: Jian Guo Men Wai Avenue (near the Gui You department store) Beijing Hebei 100020
Opening hours: 9am-dusk daily
Telephone: +86 (0)10 6504 4473
Neighbourhood: Jian Guo Men
Nearest train: Yong An Li Station

5. Ya Bao Lu Russian Market
Known as the Russian Market because of its previous location in the Russian quarter, this is basically a large indoor version of a Chinese street market. Devoid of its once characteristic selection of furs, it now has little that entitles it to this nickname other than a large Russian language sign outside. Inside are sections selling clothing and bric-a-brac, toys, and a large hall of edibles, including a good selection of fish and seafood. Bargaining is, naturally, de rigueur.
Address: A6 Chao Yang Men Wai Avenue Chao Yang District Beijing 100020
Opening hours: 9.30am-7pm daily.
Telephone: +86 (0)10 6599 3523
Neighbourhood: San Li Tun
Nearest train: Chao Yang Men Station.

6. Beifang Secondhand Goods Market
Located in the west-end of the city, this is the latest addition to Beijing's secondhand goods market. The market sells furniture, antiques, publications, stamps, coins and electronic household appliances. Do not expect scanners, printers, digital cameras and other high-tech products, at least not yet. This fairly new market -- that still has some stalls available to rent -- offers everything you need in the basic home furnishings category, and at great prices.
Address: Shi Jing Shan Road Shi Jing Shan District Beijing 100039
Opening hours: 8.30am-6pm daily.
Telephone: +86 (0)10 6817 8337; +86 (0)10 6865 2363
Neighbourhood: Feng Tai and Shi Jing Shan Districts
Nearest train: Ba Bao Shan Station

7. Pan Jia Yuan Antique Market
The Pan Jia Yuan Folk Culture Market is China's largest market for antiques and arts and craft items. It should be on the itinerary of anyone hoping to pick up a few old Chinese knick-knacks while visiting Beijing. You will find everything from ceramics, jewelry, teapots, baskets and books to Peking Opera drums, silver hairpins, Tibetan trunks, rugs, trumpets and prayer wheels. It is hard to know what is authentic, so just decide what you like and what you are willing to pay for it, and then bargain away!
Address: 18 Hua Wei Li, Pan Jia Yuan Road Chao Yang District Beijing 100021
Opening hours: 4.30am-5pm Mon-Fri. 6am-6pm Sat & Sun.
Telephone: +86 (0)10 6775 2405
Neighbourhood: East Third Ring Road

8. Zhu Bao Silk Market
While the infamous Silk Alley on Jian Guo Men attracts hordes of foreign tourists and prices to match, this little clothing market is where Chinese go for their silken chinoiserie. Running parallel to Qian Men Avenue at its northern end, it consists of stalls selling pyjamas, underwear, cheong sams, bags, ties and all manner of Chinese and Western garments made in silk. A popular product is the mini decorative silk mobile phone holder -- available in a variety of patterns for around RMB15. Prices are generally lower than in Silk Alley.

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9am-10pm daily (sometimes changes)
Zhu Bao Market Street, Qian Men Avenue
Xuan Wu District

Neighborhood: Qian Men

Qian Men Station


1. Curio City
This is a rather touristy antique mall. There are several shops here selling a wide range of antiques - enjoy a meander through the mall. You will find furniture, carpets, porcelain and small curios. Prices are on the high side but at least some of the stalls accept credit cards. This is a convenient place to stop if you are short on time and would like to see a good selection of antiques in one place.
Address: 21 East Third Ring Road South Section Chao Yang District Beijing 100021
Opening hours: 9.30am-6pm daily.
Telephone: +86 (0)10 6774 7711
Neighbourhood: East Third Ring Road

2. Hong Gu House
This place is an absolute treasure. It is a small antique shop run by a friendly and honest young man who, unlike may others in his trade, will not push you to buy anything you do not want. He openly admits that some of the "antiques" are actually new, and he will even knock a considerable amount off the marked price if you can speak a little Chinese. The shop features carved wood, baskets, perfume bottles, lamps and a mountain of other fascinating dust-covered curios.
Address: 27 Liu Li Chang East Street Xuan Wu District Beijing 100050
Opening hours: 8am-6pm daily.
Neighbourhood: Qian Men
Nearest train: He Ping Men Station.

3. Hua Yi Classical Furniture
Chinese classical furniture styles originated in the Qing and Ming dynasties. Characterized by elegant style, exquisite construction and durability, much of the furniture made during these two dynasties was of red sandalwood and elm. By visiting the showroom of Hua Yi Classical Furniture, you can experience these masterpieces first hand. Although not inexpensive, the replicas are far more affordable than real pieces. The shop contains a few authentic items in addition to those newly manufactured. If you wish, you can also have some designs custom-made. A 30 percent discount is offered for Internet purchases. Additional branches: Beijing Curio City, East Third Ring Road South Road.
Address: 89 Xiao Dian, Dong Wei Road Chao Yang District Beijing 100018
Opening hours: 8am-6pm daily.
Telephone: +86 (0)10 8431 1836; 8431 0880; 8431 2158
Neighbourhood: Northeast
URL: http://www.classicalfurniture.com.cn
Email: info@cyjj.com

4. Liang Ma Qiao Collectors Market
This is a wonderfully dynamic spot to visit, even if you have had it with shopping. The ambience is authentic and the range of items interesting. You will find furniture, carpets, rattan suitcases, wooden bird cages, doors, boxes and baskets. All the vendors sit by their shops and chat. That is, until a customer approaches their goods. Many beautiful or rare objects can be found and although prices might be high, there is always plenty of room to bargain.
Address: 59 Liang Ma Qiao Road Chao Yang District Beijing
Opening hours: 9am-9pm daily.
Telephone: +86 (0)10 6462 1625
Neighbourhood: Central Chao Yang District

5. Xu's Antique Carpet Company
For an enormous and interesting collection of antique carpets, this is the place to visit. It is a warmly lit, ballroom sized, shop that sells a good assortment of antique carpets in various colours and designs. Many are made on the prairies or deserts in China’s North and Northwest regions.

Besides flowers and other intricate patterning detailed in the carpets, there are also some that feature Buddhist and Islamic themes.

8.30am-6pm daily.

59 Block 5, Long Zhua Shu Street
Chao Yang District

Neighborhood: Unsure

+86 (0)10 6769 6888/9
Fax: +86 (0)10 6764 3063

6. Qin Fu Zhai Antique Shop
This antique shop has a good selection of authentic baskets, watches, clocks and old boxes. Basically, any traditional Chinese objects you could dream of can be found here. The shop owner keeps two birds, one on the floor and the other in a charming birdcage. The store is old, disorganized and has a musty smell, as antique shops often do. It is full of surprises, including the astronomical prices. However, it can be an oasis for collectors.
Address: 21 Liu Li Chang East Street Xuan Wu District Beijing 100051
Opening hours: Noon-6pm daily.
Telephone: +86 (0)10 6304 0480
Neighbourhood: Qian Men
Nearest train: He Ping Men Station.

7. Tian Gong Ge Antiques
If you think hunting for antiques means pottering around in a dusty shop, this place will come as a bit of a revelation. It is a modern, organized shop, with antiques arranged in glass cabinets or neatly displayed inside a number of showcases. This is not a run of the mill antique shop, but is still worth a visit. There is a wide range of new and old items, and an especially good selection of Chinese paintings and stone carvings.
Address: 122 Liu Li Chang East Street Xuan Wu District Beijing 100050
Opening hours: 8.30am-6.30pm daily.
Telephone: +86 (0)10 6304 4818; 6301 4178
Neighbourhood: Qian Men
Nearest train: He Ping Men Station.

8. White Peacock Art World
This shop sells pure woollen carpets, silk rugs, imitation antique furniture, traditional Chinese herbs, pearls and jewellery, lacquer ware, stationery, embroidery, batik costumes and many other items. There is also the possibility that you may get the opportunity to see artisans that sometimes perform on site. The art shop also has a restaurant serving dishes that mimic imperial menus.
Address: 3 Dong Bin He Road, off De Sheng Men Wai Avenue Xi Cheng District Beijing Beijing 100011
Opening hours: 9.30am-7pm daily.
Telephone: +86 (0)10 6201 8084
Neighbourhood: Xi Cheng District
Nearest train: Bus 27 to Hou Jiu Tiao; Bus 44 to Gu Lou Dajie Stop; Subway to Gu Lou Stop

9. Shard Box Store
Hand-painted Chinese perfume bottles and shard boxes made with silver and pieces of old broken china fill glass fronted cabinets in this modest shop. Gold, silver, pearls, jade and other stones are displayed in a second, larger room. Although it is not immediately apparent on entering, the specialty is highly artistic necklaces and semi-precious stones from Brazil and Sri Lanka. Customers are tantalized by fine sets of 18-carat gold earrings with topaz, aquamarine, lapis lazuli and opal, often with with matching rings or pendants. This is an excellent place to buy tasteful Chinese gifts.

9am-7pm daily.

1 Ri Tan North Road
Chao Yang District
Beijing, Beijing

Neighborhood: Jian Guo Men

Yong An Li Station.

+86 (0)10 6500 3712
Fax: +86 (0)10 6506 8358


1. Craft and Art Market
Like its name suggests, this market sells arts and crafts. The first floor of the market sells unique jewelry, distinctive from other types of jewelry in their price range and style. The second floor sells crafts, which tends to attract a lot of shoppers. The crafts sold here are pretty amazing. Among the selection, there are European classical weapons, so-called treasures for residential protection, wall paintings of ancient ladies, the Warring States bell, various vases, sculptures, screens, purple sand tea sets, gold foil paintings and more. However, prices are not cheap; expect to pay more than CNY1,000 or even CNY10,000.
Address: 32 Zong Fu Road Chengdu Sichuan 610016
Opening hours: 9.30am-9pm daily
Telephone: +86 (0)28 665 5345
Neighbourhood: 0


1. Chengdu Ancient Bookstore
Now relocated in the Xin Hua Bookstore on Chung West Road the Chengdu Ancient Bookstore has still retained its traditional Chinese charm. They specialize in reprinted antique books, antique thread-bound books, and photocopied rare books. It also sells books with reprints of stone inscriptions, and calligraphy and painting products. For academics, there are also books on ancient Chinese literature, philosophy, Chinese medicine, archaeology, historical maps, and historical data. Some books are discounted up to 30%. Alongside the entrance is a place where you can buy and exchange antique or rare books, calligraphy and paintings, as well as stone inscriptions.
Address: 23 Chung West Road North Chengdu Sichuan 610016
Opening hours: 9am-7pm daily
Telephone: +86 (0)28 665 6075
Neighbourhood: 0

2. Chengdu City Historical Relic Store
This is no ordinary antiques shop. With dark maroon paint festooning the walls, Chengdu Historical Relic Store gives people the impression of stepping back into ancient times. The dark maroon master chair and the big clay pot further intensify this impression.
Hanging on the walls are antique paintings for sale, which date back a few thousand years. The paintings depict a variety of images: maids, racing horses, black ink scenery, etc. Most of them are done by famous artists of the Qing and Ming dynasties. The store provides information on the paintings such as the title of the work, artistic style, kind of medium used, and the name of the artist.
Against the wall are big wooden cabinets, on top of which are clay antique works: clay flower vases, clay buckets, clay pillows, and clay cans. The ancient pottery is simply and lovely, and the fine workmanship has withstood the test of time. Ranging in age from a hundreds years to thousands years old, the pottery ranges in price. Generally, the older the work, the higher the price.
Further antique treasurs are found in the middle of the hall, which displays all kinds of unique trinkets: jade pendants, wall clocks, bull-horn combs, goods fashioned out of ivory, green copper swords...they all range in age from a hundred to thousands of years old.
The stores's exterior decor is also worth a mention. Adorning the storefront are maroon pillars, and beautiful light gray stone carvings of ancient women making fire, carrying pots, singing, and playing flutes.
Address: 31 Yihuan West Rd, Sec 2 Chengdu Sichuan 610071
Telephone: +86 28 662 7582
Neighbourhood: 0

3. Billy cowboy
Billy's is all casual. Popular music, bright lights and the sales shouts of the staff.
Wandering about the shop, you find clothes in a variety of patterns and materials, from twills to lace to cartoon figures. T-shirts for the ladies are short in cut and colorful; men's T-shirts are loose and smart-looking.
Sales range from 75% to 50% off,(jeans and shirts for 40-120 RMB), so it is always very crowded here.
Address: Chengdu 610015
Opening hours: 9:30am-9:30pm
Neighbourhood: 0


1. RT Mart
One of Shanghai's biggest supermarkets, RT Mart is the champion of special low prices. The first floor is a cavern where you can find a very large variety of goods: food, linens, electrical and electronic appliances, etc. The second floor is a food floor where you have the choice to try out a number of diverse Chinese and international cuisines. You can apply for a membership card that gives you access to special discounts and deals.
Address: 3318 Gong He Xin Road Shanghai Shanghai 200435
Opening hours: 8am-10pm daily
Telephone: +86 (0)21 5603 3688
Nearest train: Shanghai Railway Station

2. Chine Antique
People who like to collect Chinese antiques think Chine Antique has some of the finest pieces in Shanghai. With its large warehouse collection and decent pricing, Chine Antique has attracted many exporters and expatriates as regular customers. If you are interested, after perusing the showroom, ask to browse through the big warehouse.
Address: 1660 Hong Qiao Road, Hong Qiao District Shanghai 200336
Opening hours: 9am-5pm daily.
Telephone: +86 (0)21 6270 1023
Nearest train: Chang Shu Road Station

3. Dong Tai Road Antique Market
Although located on another street, it is still considered a part of Antique Alley, a shopping oasis for Chinese antiques situated near the Hong Qiao Airport. Dong Tai is spread over two blocks and has many shops and vendors selling vintage goodies, furniture and bric-a-brac. Items vary from international gems such as chairs imported from New York City in the 1930s, to local pieces such as furniture from old Shanghai theaters. Experienced antique collectors will be able to pick up some excellent buys.
Address: 87 Dong Tai Road (at Fu Xing Road intersection0 Shanghai Shanghai 200021
Opening hours: 10am-4pm Sat & Sun
Telephone: +86 (0)21 6328 1589
Nearest train: Buses 569, 864


1. Zhong Zhong Antique Furniture Shop
Among several famous antique stores offering selections of Ming and Qing Dynasty furniture, Zhong Zhong is among the best-visited. Besides displaying antique furniture from those periods, the store also features a warehouse and a refurnishing center on premises. Another famous aspect of Zhong Zhong is that it also has many good pieces from the Ming Guo (Republican Period), which was early in the 20th century.
Address: 28 Hong Xu Road Shanghai 201103
Opening hours: 9am-9pm daily.
Telephone: +86 (0)21 6406 4066
Nearest train: Hong Mei Station

2. Dragon Era
Although it features a comparatively shorter history than its neighboring cities, Shanghai presents many distinctive features. It is one of the most attractive metropolitan areas in China, and it is a good shopping place for antique relics from the last century. It is recommended that tourists visit Shanghai's numerous antique stores. Recognized as the largest antique showroom in Shanghai, Dragon Era is definitely worth a visit for shoppers and the curious.
Address: 377 Hu Qing Ping Road Shanghai 201105
Opening hours: 9am-5pm daily.
Telephone: +86 (0)21 6421 0443
Nearest train: Xin Zhuang Station

3. Shanghai Shu Gu Ying Mu Furniture Shops
Located along the famous Antique Alley, this store consists of two shops. One of them offers a big selection of antique Chinese cradles. People who love old Chinese antiques may find daybeds from the Qing Dynasty and chairs and tables from the Ming Dynasty. Conveniently accessible to and from the Hong Qiao International Airport, this furniture shop, together with its other rivals on Antique Alley, not only sell old furniture but also make new furniture.
Address: 1438 Hong Qiao Road, Hong Qiao District Shanghai 200336
Opening hours: 24 hours daily.
Telephone: +86 (0)21 6219 9229
Nearest train: Chang Shu Road Station

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