Traveling the Duolun Road Cultural Street in the Hongkou District of Shanghai, individuals will see an eyeful of working-class residents mingling with tourists, dressed and conforming to the progressive literaries that worked and lived there in the 1920s and 1930s.
With rehabilitated buildings and cultural statues, Duolun Road Cultural Street -- formerly known as Duolun Lu Street -- is the place to visit if you’re looking for a taste of Asian history.
Implications - Modern-day consumers are looking for a reminder of the past. Products that utilize an element from older times appeal to shoppers who want to relive simpler moments that contained less stress.
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The Duolun Road Cultural Street Preserves the 20s & 30s
- By: Amanda ChangOct 4, 2010 Updated: Aug 15 2011