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Chinese food is definetely worth to try. Every week here have around 15 restaurants open.(new start experiments of  new kinds of food.) You can have a global or international experience or sometimes walk down the streets,and that was what I want to start.The place is a lot of young shanghainess to get their daily meals.

Here we are on shangai's lujiang Food Market.The places are amazing , and actually really impact.we get here at evening and we will get a lot of good things here. This is vegetable dumpling(.......).Um,it looks good fine. Here's another shanghai's staple—— rice noodles. Basically is meat and possibly spices.(It's very spicy......)

Lujiang food market is actually a fun place to hang out.And there's a list . screen on a stake,so it's cooking all things together.(sauy) sauce, chilly spice,(I gets, really,definetly for chilly pepper).Slightly taste a little(.....). There's one thing for sure about Chinese food is it got a lot of flavor. Believe it or not, I'm still a little hungry,but I want to get away off the beaten pat.

If you love seafood,this is a place to be.Here we are on the beach market.This place is huge and has almost everything you can think of. ......you can arrive here.

Shang hai sits right on the east China sea,so seafood is even more popular here than in the rest of the country. And Chinese(.....)nearly everything won't disppoint you here. There are secrets here that I didn't even know existence, unbelieveble. ......and muscles..and sea creatures.

Another great thing about the wet market is that in the mid of ....and general unrecognisable .....at times...looking a lot of creatures. you will also get a fantastic ... of shanghainess's life.

How many people will stop to play majong?

As must obvious by now, I love food and consider it as an essential part of travel. So I often look for place like this. But tangchuan takes the cake.It's just a kind of travel experience that get you away from the tourist masses into the essential ... of shanghai. And I finally find the dinner.............The ... a distinct shanghai specialty. So I think this is the dinner.
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Shanghainese food, you definitely have to try.
Every week, here have around 15 restaurants open.
They start to do experiment with new kinds of food.
You can have like world classic international dining experience in the same time, you can like just walk down the street.
Now that’s where I want to start, the place where a lot of young Shanghainese get their daily meals, the street.
Here we are in Shanghai’s Wu Jiang food market, the place is amazing, actually it is really packed, we are here in the late evening, you can get lots of good things to eat here. These are vegetable dumplings, just try out this street vendors, very good, let’s see what else we can find, here is another Shanghai staple, rice noodles, basically with some meat, parsley and spices. This time, it is very spicy, that’s why this people by the camera laughing, Wu Jiang food market is actually a really fun place to hang out, and then there is this, squid on a stick, so he’s cooking the whole thing together, onion, soy sauce, chilly spice, here it goes, you’re ready? Definitely some chilly pepper. Slight taste of tyre tread. There is one thing for sure about Chinese food is: it’s got a lot of flavor.
Believe it or not, I am still a little hungry, but I wanted to get away off the beaten path, if you love seafood, this is the place to bid, here we are at Tong Chun fish market, this place is huge and it has almost anything you can think of, if it swims you can buy it up here.
Shanghai sits right on the east China Sea, so seafood is even more popular here than in the rest of the country, and Chinese penchant for eating nearly anything won’t disappoint you here, there are sea creatures here, I didn’t even know it  existed, unbelievable, shapes and shells and mussels, this place is almost like a century overloaded like crustations and sea creatures.
Another great thing about the wet market is that in the midst of mollusks, eels, sea cucumber squid, octopus, crustations, and general unrecognizable creepy crawly slimy scaly fin wearing, and times alien-looking aquatic creatures, you will also get an anesthetic slice of Shanghainese life, in between on the stalls, you will find people playing mahjong, as it must be obvious by now, I love food, and consider it an essential part of travel, so I often look for places like this but Chang Chun takes the cake, it’s just the kind of travel experience to get you away of the tourists masses into the essential spirit of Shanghai, and I think I finally found dinner, these are in season right now, this is a hairy crab, you can tell these weird tops of hair on both of the pin ships, the hairy crab is actually a distinct Shanghai specialty, so I think this is dinner.
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Shanghainesse food,you definitely have to try
Every week here have around 50 restaurants open
They are starting to experience the new kind of food
You can have like world classic in at the same time
Now that’s what I want to start, the place where a lot of shanghainess get their daily meals. the street , here we are in Shanghai’s fujiang food market , this place is amazing , actually it is really paci , we are in the late evening and you can get a lot of good things to eat here ,
These are vegetable dumplings, just straight along the street, good, let’s see what else we can find, hee is another shanghai shamble, rice noodle, basically it is meat and species, taste very spicy. That‘s why the people carrying the came laughing. Wujiang food market is actually a good place to hanging out. and then there is this ,  on a stick , so it is cooking the whole things together , I mean sauce chilly spices , very good , it is ready?
Definitely some chilly pepper. It’s like taste a train. One thing for sure about Chinese food is that’s got a lot of flavor.
Believe or not, I am still a littlie hungry, but I wanted to get away of the Bidden Past, if you love seafood, this is a place for being, here we are, Chuang Chun fish market, this place is huge and has almost anything you can think of , it’s shrimps you can buy here.
Shang Hai sits right on the east China Sea, so seafood is even more popular here than in the rest of the country, and Chinese passion for eating nearly anything won’t disappoint you here, there are sea creatures here, I don’t even know exists, unbelievable, shape and shells and muscles, this place is almost like a century over lop like christations sea creatures.
Another great thing about west market is that in the of molests, eel, sea cucumber squid, octopus, christations, general unrecognizable creepy crowly slimy scaly fin whirling, and times alien looking      creatures, you will also get anesthetic slice of ShangHainese life, in between all the staffs, find people play Majiang, as must be obvious by now, I love food, and consider sensual part of travel, so I often look for places like this but Chang Chun tastes the cake, it’s just the kind of travel experience to get you away from the tourists masses into the sensual spirit of Shang Hai, and I think I finally find dinner, these are in season right now, this is a hairy crab, you can, tough hair on both of the pin ships, the hairy crab is actually a distinct Shang Hai specialty, so I think this is dinner.
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[Homework] 2010-04-14 Shanghai Chinese food
“Shanghainese food, you definitely have to try.”
“Every week, here have around 15 restaurants open.”
“They’re starting to do experiment with new kind of food.
You can have, like world class, like international dining experience and at the same time you can, like, just walk down the street.
Now that’s where I want to start, the place where a lot of young Shanghainese get their daily meals---the street.
Here we are in shanghai’s Wu Jiang food market. The place is amazing. Actually it’s really pack. We are here in the late evening, and you can get lots of good things to eat here. These are vegetable dumplings, just right up the street vendor. Em...... good. Let’s see what else we can find. Here is another Shanghai staple. Rice noodles, basically with some meat, parsley and spices. And it’s very spicy, that’s why people behind the camera laughing. Wu Jiang food market is actually a really fun place to hang out. And there is this, squid on the stick. So it’s cooking the whole thing together, onions, soy sauce, and chilly spice. Here goes, ready? Definitely some chilli pepper. Slight taste of *. One thing for sure about Chinese food is that’s got a lot of flavour.
Believe it or not, I am still a little hungry, but I want to get a way off the beaten path. If you love seafood, this is a place to bit. Here, we are at * fish market. This place is huge and it has almost anything you can think of. If it swims, you can it buy it here.
Shanghai sits right on the East China Sea, so seafood is even more popular here than in the rest of the country. And Chinese passion for eating nearly anything won’t disappoint you, here. There are sea creatures here that I don’t even know existed. Unbelievable! Shapes and shells and muscles......this place is almost like a century overloaded like * and sea creatures.
Another great thing about the wet market is that in the midst of * sea cucumber squid, octopus, *, and general unrecognizable creepy crawly slimy scaly fin wearing, and at times alien-looking aquatic creatures. You will also get an authentic slice of Shanghainese life. In between all the staffs, you’ll find people playing Mah-jong.
As must be obvious by now, I love food and consider it an essential part of travel. So I often look for places like this, but * takes the cake. It’s just the kind of travel experience to get you away from the tourists masses into the essential spirit of Shanghai. And I think I finally find dinner. These are in season right now. This is a hairy crab, you can tell this is where tops of hair on both of their pincers. The hairy crab is actually a distinct Shanghai specialty, so I think this is dinner.
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Shanghainese food, you definitely have to try.
Every week, here have around 15 restaurants open.
They start to do experiment with new kinds of food.
You can have like world-class international dining experience in the same time, you
can like just walking down the street.
Now that’s where I want to start, the places where a lot of  young Shanghaineses get their daily meals, the street.
Here we are in Shanghai’s Wu Jiang food market, the place is amazing, actually it is really packed, we are here in / late evening, and you can get lots of different things to eat here. This is vegetable dumpling, just straight right up in the street vendor/.
Very good, let’s go else we can find. Here is another Shang Hai staple, rice noodles, basically with some meat, parsley and spices, and it is very spicy, that’s why this people by the camera laughing.
Wu Jiang food market is actually a really fun place to hang out, and then there is this, squid on the stick. So they cook the whole thing together, onions, soy sauce, chilly spice, here goes, ready? definitely some chilly pepper. It’s like a taste of a tire train. One thing for sure about Chinese food is that’s got a lot of flavor.
Believe or not, I am still a littlie hungry, but I wanted to get away off the beaten path, if you love seafood, this is the place to beat.
Here we are, in Tong Chuan fish market, this place is huge and it has almost anything you can think of, if it swims you can buy it / here.
Shang Hai sits right on the East China Sea, so seafood is even more popular here than in the rest of the country, and Chinese passion for eating nearly anything won’t disappoint you here. There are sea creatures here, I didn’t even know it / existed, unbelievable, shape and shells and mussels, this place is almost like a century overload like christations and sea creatures.
Another great thing about the wet market is that in the midst of molests, eel, sea cucumber squid, octopus, christations, and general unrecognizable creepy crawly slimy scaly fin wearing, and at times alien-looking aquatic creatures, you will also get an anesthetic slice of Shanghainese life, in between all the staffs, you'll find people playing mahjong.
As it must be obvious by now, I love food, and consider it an essential part of travel, so I often look for places like this but Tong Chuan takes the cake, it’s just the kind of travel experience to get you away from the tourists masses into the essential spirit of Shang Hai, and I think I finally find dinner, these are in season right now, this is a hairy crab, you can tell these weird hair on both of the pincers, the hairy crab is actually a distinct Shang Hai specialty, so I think this is dinner?
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Shanghai food is unique!
Shanghainese food, you definitely have to try.
Every week, here have around 15 restaurants open.
They start to do experiment with new kind of food.
You can have like world class international dining experience and at the same time you can like just walk down the street.
Now that’s where I want to start, the place where a lot of young Shanghainese get their daily meals, the street.

Here we are in Shanghai’s Wu Jiang food market, the place is amazing, actually it is really packed. We are here in the late evening, and you can get lots of good things to eat here.

These are vegetable dumplings, just try out this street vendor, very good, let’s see what else we can find. Here is another Shanghai staple, rice noodles, basically with some meat, parsley and spices. This time, it is very spicy, that’s why this people by the camera laughing. Wu Jiang food market is actually a really fun place to hang out, and then there is this, squid on a stick, so he’s cooking the whole thing together, onions, soy sauce, chilly spice, here it goes, ready? Definitely some chilly pepper. Slight taste of tyre tread. There is one thing for sure about Chinese food is: it’s got a lot of flavor.

Believe it or not, I am still a little hungry, but I wanted to get away off the beaten path. If you love seafood, this is the place to beat. Here we are at Tong Chuan fish market, this place is huge and it has almost anything you can think of. If it swims you can buy it here.

Shanghai sits right on the East China Sea, so seafood is even more popular here than in the rest of the country. And Chinese penchant for eating nearly anything won’t disappoint you here. There are sea creatures here, I didn’t even know it existed, unbelievable, shapes and shells and mussels. This place is almost like a century overloaded like crustaceans and sea creatures.

Another great thing about the wet market is that in the midst of all the mollusks, eels, sea cucumber squid, octopus, crustaceans, and general unrecognizable creepy crawly slimy scaly fin wearing, and at times alien-looking aquatic creatures, you will also get an authentic slice of Shanghainese life. In between all the stalls, you will find people playing mah-jongg.

As it must be obvious by now, I love food, and consider it an essential part of travel. So I often look for places like this, but Tong Chuan takes the cake. It’s just the kind of travel experience to get you away from the tourists masses into the essential spirit of Shanghai. And I think I finally found dinner. These are in season right now, this is a hairy crab, you can tell these weird tops of hair on both of the pincers. The hairy crab is actually a distinct Shanghai specialty, so I think this is dinner.
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Shanghainese food you difinitely have to try. Everyweek,here have around 15 restaurants open. They start to do experiment with new kind of food. You can have like world class international dining at the same time you can like just walk down the street.

Now that's where I wanna start. The place where a lot of young Shanghainese get their daily meals, the street. Here we ara on Shanghai's Wu Jiang food market, the place is amazing, actuallu it is really packed. We are here in the later evening and you can get lots of good thing to eat here. This is vegetable dumplings, just try out this street vendor, very good, let's see what else we can find. Here is anothe Shanghai staple, rice noodles, basically with some meat, parsley and spices. This time, it is very spicy, that's why this people by the camera laughing. Wu Jiang food market is actuallu a really fun place to hang out. And then there is this, squid on a stick, so he's cooking all the thing together,onions, soy sauce, chilly spice, here it goes, ready?  Definitely some chilly pepper. Slight taste of tyre tread. There is one thing for sure about Chinese food is: it's got a lot flavor.

Believe it or not, I'm still a little hungry, but I want to get the way off the beaten path.

If you like seafood, this is the place to beat. Here we are at Tong Chuan fish market, this place is huge and it has almost anuthing you can think of. If it swims you cam buy it here.
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Shanghai sits right on the East China Sea, so seafood is more popular here than in the rest of the country. And Chinese penchant for eating neatly anything won't disappoint you here. There are sea creatures here, I didn't even know it existed, unblievable, shapes and shells and mussels. This place is almost like a century overloaded like crustation and sea creatures.

Another grart thing about the wet market is that in the midst of all the molluks, eels, see cucumber squid, octopus, crustations, and general unreconizable creepy crawly slimy fin wearing, and at times alien-looking aquatic creatures. You will also get an authentuc slice of Shanghainese life ,in between all the stalls, you will find people playing mah-jongg.

And it must be obvious by now, I love food, and consider it an essential part of travel. So I often look for place like this. But Tong Chuan take the cake. It's just the kind of travel experience to get you away from tourist masses into the essential spirit of Shanghai. And I think I finallu found dinner. These are in season right now, this is hairy crab, you can tell these weird top of hair on both of the princers.The hairy crab is actually a distinct Shanghai specialty, so I think this is dinner.
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Shanghainese food,you definitely have to try.

Every week,here have aroud 15 restanants open.

They are start to do experiment with new kinds of food.You can have a word class international dining experience and at the same time you can just walk down the street.

And now that's what i want to start.The place were a lot of young shanghainese get their daily meals,the street.
here we are in shanghai's wujiang food market.
this place is amzing .acturally,it's really packed.we are here in the late evening and you get a lots of good things to eat here.
it's the vegetable dumplings,just   the street vendor .it is really good.Look what else we can find .
here is another shanghai staple,rice noodles,bacically with some meat,parsley and spices ,and very spicy.that's why the people buy and look at camere laughing.
wujiang food market is actually a really fun place to hang out,and then there is this,squid on the stick.
so you are cooking the whole thing together,onions,soy source,chili spice,here it goes,
denifitely some chili pepper,slight taste of
as one thing for sure about chinese food is they've got a lot of flavor.
believe it or not,i 'm still a little hungury,but i want to get away off the beaten path
if you love  seafood,this is the place beat.
here we are in tongchuan fish market .this place is huge and it has almost anything you can think of.if it swims,you can buy it here.

shanghai sits right on the east china sea ,so seafood is even more popular here than in the rest of the country,and the chinese penchant for eating nearly anything won't disappoint you here.
There are sea creatures here i don't even know it existed.Unbelivable,shapes and shells and mussels.this place is almost like century overloaded like crestaions and sea creatures.
another great thing about the wet market is that in the midst of the all the mollusks,eels ,sea cucumber squid,octopus stations and general unrecognizable creepy,crawly,slimy,scaly   and at times alien-looking acquatic creatures .you will also get authentic  slice of shanghainese life.
in between on the starts,you find peope playing majong.
as it must be obvious by now,i love food and consider it an essential part of travle.
so i often look for places like this,  takes the cake.it's just the kind of travle experience that get you away from the tourists masses into the essential spirit of shanghai .
and i think i finnaly find dinner.
here   is in season right now. this is the hairy crab,you can tell these veird types of hair on both of their pincers .
the hairy crab is actually a distinct shanghai specialty.
so i think this is dinner.
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[Homework]【整理】2010-04-12&04-15 上海小吃

Chinese food, you definitely have to try. Every week, here have around 15 restaurants open. They start to do experiment with new kinds of food. You can have like world classic international dining experience in the same time, you can just walk down the street.
Now that's where i want to start. The places were a lot of shanghainese get their daily meals. The street. Here we are at the shanghai Wujiang food market. The place is amazing, actually it is really packed. We are here in the late evening, you can get a lot of good things to eat here. These are vegetable dumpling, just right up the street vendor. Very good, Let's see what else we can find.
Here is another Shanghai staple-rice noodles. Basically with some meat, parsley, spices. And it is very spicy.  Maybe that is why these people by the camera laughing.
Wujiang food market is actually a really fun place to hang out. And then there is this. Squid on the stick. So It’s cooking the whole things together, onions, soy sauce, chilly spice. Here goes. It's ready. Definitly some chilis pepper. It’s like taste of tire tread.
It’s one thing for sure about Chinese food is that’s got a lot of flavor. Believe or not, i am still hungry, but i want to get away of the beaten path.
if you like seafood. This is the place to be. Here we are at the Tangchuan Fish market. This place is huge, and has almost everything you can think of. If it swims you can buy it here.
Shanghai sits right on the east China sea. So seafood is even more popular here than the rest of the country. And Chinese passion for eating nearly anything, it won't disappoint you here. There are sea creatures here i don't even know they are existed. Unbelievable, shapes of shells and mussels. This place is most like a century overload like crestations and sea creatures.
Another great thing about the wet market is that in the midst of all the molests, eel, sea cucumber squid, octopus, and general unrecognizable creepy, crawly, slimy, scaly fin wearing, and times alien-looking aquatic creatures and sea creatures. You can also get a slice of Shanghainese life. In between all the staff, find people play Majiang. As it must be obvious by now, I love food, and i conseder it an essential part of travel. So i often look for places like this, Tangchuan takes the cake, it is just kind of travel experience to get you away of the tourist masses into the essential spirit of Shanghai. And i think i finally find dinner. these are in season right now, this is a hairy crab, you can tell these weird hair on both of the pin ships, the hairy crab is actually a distinct Shanghai specialty, so I think this is dinner.


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Shanghainese food, you definitely have to try.
Every week, here have around 15 restaurants open.
They start to do experiment with new kind of food.
You can have like world classic, like international dining experience and at the same time you can like just walk down the street.
Now that’s where I want to start, the place where a lot of young Shanghainese get their daily meals, the street.

Here we are in Shanghai’s Wu Jiang food market, the place is amazing, actually it is really packed when you're here in the late evening, and you can get lots of good things to eat here. These are vegetable dumplings, just try out this street vendor, very good, let’s see what else we can find. Here is another Shanghai staple, rice noodles, basically with some meat, parsley and spices. This time, it is very spicy, that’s why this people by the camera laughing. Wu Jiang food market is actually a really fun place to hang out, and then there is this, squid on a stick, so he’s cooking the whole thing together, onions, soy sauce, chilly spice, here it goes, ready? Definitely some chilly pepper. Slight taste of tyre tread. There is one thing for sure about Chinese food is: it’s got a lot of flavor.
Believe it or not, I am still a little hungry, but I wanted to get away off the beaten path. If you love seafood, this is the place to be in. Here we are at Tong Chuan fish market, this place is huge and it has almost anything you can think of. If it swims you can buy it here.
Shanghai sits right on the East China Sea, so seafood is even more popular here than in the rest of the country. And Chinese penchant for eating nearly anything won’t disappoint you here. There are sea creatures here I didn’t even know it existed, unbelievable, shapes and shells and mussels. This place is almost like a century overloaded like crustations and sea creatures.
Another great thing about the wet market is that in the midst of all the mollusks, eels, sea cucumber squid, octopus, crustations, and general unrecognizable creepy crawly slimy scaly fin wearing, and at times alien-looking aquatic creatures, you will also get an authentic slice of Shanghainese life. In between all the stalls, you will find people playing mah-jongg.
As it must be obvious by now, I love food, and consider it an essential part of travel. So I often look for places like this, but Tong Chuan takes the cake. It’s just the kind of travel experience to get you away from the tourists masses into the essential spirit of Shanghai. And I think I finally found dinner. These are in season right now, this is a hairy crab, you can tell these weird tufts of hair on both of the pincers. The hairy crab is actually a distinct Shanghai specialty, so I think this is dinner.

[Homework]【整理】2010-04-12&04-15 上海小吃

Shanghainese food, you definitely have to try.
Every week, here have around 15 restaurants open.
They start to do experiment with new kinds of food.
You can have like a world class of international dining experience in the same time; you can like just walk down the street.


Now that’s where I want to start, the places where a lot with young Shang Hainese get their daily meals, the street.

Here we are in Shanghai’s Wu Jiang food market, the place is amazing, actually it is really packed, we are here in the late evening, and you can get lots of good things to eat here.

These are vegetable dumpling, just right up in the street vendors, very good, let’s go else we can find, here is another Shang Hai staple, rice noodles, basically with some meat, parsley and spices, and it is very spicy, that’s why this people by the camera laughing.
Wu Jiang food market is actually a really fun place to hang out, and then there is this, squid on the stick, cooking the whole thing together, onion, soy sauce, chilly spice, here goes, definitely some chilly pepper. It’s like taste a tire train. There is one thing for sure about Chinese food is that’s got a lot of flavor.

Believe it or not, I am still a littlie hungry, but I wanted to get away of the beaten path, if you love seafood, this is the place for business, here we are, Chuang Chun fish market, this place is huge and it has almost anything you can think of, if it swims you can buy it up here.


Shang Hai sits right on the east China Sea, so seafood is even more popular here than the rest of the country, and Chinese passion for eating nearly anything won’t disappoint you here.
There are sea creatures here, I don’t even know it is existed, unbelievable, shapes of shells and mussels, this place is almost like a century overload like christations and sea creatures.

Another great thing about the wet market is that in the midst of all the mollusks, eel, sea cucumber squid, octopus, christations, and general unrecognizable creepy crawly slimy scaly fin wearing, and times alien-looking aquatic creatures, you will also get an anesthetic slice of Shang Hainese life,in between all the staffs, find people playing Majiang.
As it must be obvious by now, I love food, and consider it an essential part of travel, so I often look for places like this but Chang Chun takes the cake, it’s just the kind of travel experience to get you away of the tourists masses into the essential spirit of Shang Hai, and I think I finally find dinner.
These are in season right now, this is a hairy crab, you can tell these weird hair on both of the pincers, the hairy crab is actually a distinct Shang Hai specialty, so I think this is dinner.



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