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The microprints of 1980s Shanghai [Copy link] 中文

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Shanghai is a great and booming city, representing the remarkable pace of China's growth. Now Shanghai is on the way to become the international center, which is the epitome of China's modern business and culture.

Time has slipped away since 1980s that is a golden age for Shanghai to start off its flourish, mostly for China's policy of openness trial.

So looking back the time of 1980s, to the people who have experienced the period, it must be very sentient and touched, meanwhile it may be curious and unbeknown to the outliers. So thank the camerist who left behind such memorable microprints for us to retrieve and witness the special time.

[ Last edited by elson_chen at 2006-7-16 11:20 AM ]

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A time of obliterating individuality

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A television was luxurious in that time

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In that time, I think not everyone in Shanghai had drunk the coca cola

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Did it reassure that people in Shanghai was good at English?

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It was the earlier public display affection (PDA) in that traditional time

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It is hard to believe that the traffic light was controlled manually

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