Taiyuan China Shopping
A shopping mall in northern China has kicked off the Lunar New Year with a dog that bears a striking resemblance to President Donald Trump. A statue commemorating the upcoming Year of the Dog was erected in the Taiyuan Shopping Mall on the outskirts of the Taiwanese city of Tainan, near the border with the United States.
The shopping centre is one of the largest shopping centres in China and the second largest in the world. The market, which is extensive, is located in Taiyuan, a city of more than 1.5 million inhabitants in northern China, and focuses on shopping, eating and entertainment. There are shops with a total of 1,000 shops, most of them in Tainan and the east.
Next to this location, there is a large shopping mall on Nanyi Road in the south of the district, which sells various hardware items and electronic goods. Other major shopping centers include Taiyuan Shopping Center, Tainan Shopping Centre and Wuhan Shopping Center. The TaiYuan Shopping Centre is located around the city's main shopping street and the central business district.
This business district is surrounded by numerous centers that satisfy business, restaurant, entertainment and recreational needs. In this area there is a wide variety of interconnected specialty shops, restaurants, cafes, shops and restaurants. Located in the heart of Taiyuan's central business district, the shopping mall is a market with a wide range of shopping, dining and entertainment options.
The business district also has a large number of restaurants, shops, cafes, restaurants and entertainment venues, which attract over 200,000 people every day.
Nearby there is a Wal-Mart and two Carrefour supermarkets and there is plenty to do and see. Although the market is growing significantly, the majority of local consumers still prefer to make their purchases in their home country of China, such as Taiwan. For international products, we recommend visiting the shopping center, as many of the international brands displayed in the windows of these stores rest there. The market in Taiyuan lags behind Beijing and Shanghai, but tourists and locals still have plenty of options.
The above shopping centers have a unique quality when it comes to transporting certain items that are tailored to different shopping needs. In addition to the old shops, Taiyuan Street also has a large number of new shops with a wide selection of clothing and accessories. Women also find a street called Women's Street, parallel to Yingxin Street and Jiancaoping Qu, full of international and national shops offering all the things women love, such as clothing, shoes, accessories, jewelry and even clothing.
European-style buildings on Zhongshan Road, for example, which houses some of the oldest shops, have always been famous for their old shops. Shenyang Feiweilou is an old restaurant that sells a variety of famous snacks reserved for the locals, including handong, a stir-fry dumplings, Chinese pancakes wrapped in foil, steamed pork dumplings and many other popular dishes.
Fenjiu wine (feng jiu) has long been known in this country as one of the most popular rice wines in the world. Chinese brandy based on various herbs and Chinese roots, known as fenjian, and a famous bamboo brandy made from the green leaf of a plant called zhuyeqing are highly recommended specialties. Not to forget the various rice wines produced here, such as FenjiU wine and feng jiu, as well as the other popular brand called Green Bamboo Leaf Wine or "Zhueqing."
Fenjiu wine (Fen jiu), brewed in the province of Shanxi in northern China, near the border with Hong Kong, is considered one of the oldest wine brands in China and the oldest and most popular rice wine brand in the world. Mature vinegar produced here is known in China as "Shanxi vinegar" or "Shansxi lao chengcu," and is a popular and highly respected brand in Taiwan as well as in other countries.
During the Ming and Qing Dynasty, it became wealthy and reached Taiwan and Hong Kong in the late 19th and early 20th centuries.
When it was founded in 1955, it was one of the largest clothing manufacturers in the country, employing over 1.5 million people. The state - led by the Guangdong Provincial Industrial Development and Reform Commission (GNDRC) - has set itself the goal of promoting the adaptation of clothing throughout the province. It started to bring a whole category of individualization shops to the market.
Wangfujing has attracted more than 500 brands, including brands such as Bottega Veneta, Giorgio Armani, Balenciaga, Gucci, Chanel and Bottega, among many others.
There are mainly department stores in the city centre, but customers can also spread to other parts of the city such as Nan Road and Nanzhou Road. Other old facilities in this area include the Wangfujing Hotel and Shenyang Hotel, as well as a number of restaurants and bars. In the street of Nan there is a wholesale market selling various foods and spices, and near the Palace of Culture there are wholesale markets selling high quality glasses at very reasonable prices.