Sephardic Roots in Shanghai - The High Society
Time & Location
About the Event
The “International Settlement” used to be a place for the successful high society of Shanghai. Foreigners as well as Chinese merchants lived next to each other. Especially a group of Sephardic Jews used to finance colonial Shanghai. They had built mansions and elegant apartments in this area.
A diversified “zigzag-walk“ with Carolin Billetter from culture2go.art / China Culture Consulting along and across Nanjing Xi Lu, will show hidden lanes as well as highlights of Shanghai architecture. Great buildings, diversified atmosphere, interesting stories!
Monday, March 16
9:45 AM Registration, 10 AM to 12 PM
Starbucks at the Tomorrow Square Building
(on the ground floor of the JW Marriott Hotel)
399 NanjingWest Rd.
(metro lines 1,2 or 8, People Square Station Exit 11)
南京西路399号 近黄陂路 地铁1，2，8 号线 ，11号出口
Portman Building (Ritz Carlton Hotel),
1376 Nanjing Xi Rd. near Tongren Rd.
南京西路1376 号 波特曼丽思卡尔顿酒店
Please complete the online registration by March 10. The event costs must be paid in cash only. SEA coordinator is Jade, WeChat: JHT0507.
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