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New Hongqiao Central Park (No.2238,Yan‘an west Rd,Changning District,Shanghai)

Oct.17(Saturday)Single Day Ticket:100 RMB/ticket
Oct.18(Sunday)Single Day Ticket:100 RMB/ticket

Shanghai Grand Theatre (300 Renmin Da Dao, near Huangpi Bei Lu)

Date Item Price
Oct.13 German Diaz Trio(Spanish) 680(Sold Out)/280/180/80RMB
Oct.14 The Adler Trio(Israel) 680(Sold Out)/280/180/80RMB
Oct.15 The Tursun Family Ensemble(China)
Emam & Friends Trio(Iran/India)
680(Sold Out)/280/180/80RMB
Oct.18 Chemirani Trio(Iran)
Urna Charhar-Tugchi&Chemirani Trio(Erdos/German)
680(Sold Out)/280/180/80RMB
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1. 阿拉什(图瓦)|Alash (Tuva)

Alash are masters of Tuvan throat singing (xöömei), a remarkable technique for singing multiple pitches at the same time. What distinguishes this gifted trio from earlier generations of Tuvan throat singers is the subtle infusion of modern influences into their traditional music. One can find complex harmonies, western instruments, and contemporary song forms in Alash’s music, but its overall sound and spirit is decidedly Tuvan.
Trained in traditional Tuvan music since childhood, the Alash musicians studied at Kyzyl Arts College just as Tuva was beginning to open up to the West. They formed a traditional ensemble and won multiple awards for traditional throat singing in international xöömei competitions, both as an ensemble and as individuals. At the same time, they paid close attention to new trends coming out of the West. They have borrowed new ideas that mesh well with the sound and feel of traditional Tuvan music, but they have never sacrificed the integrity of their own heritage in an effort to make their music more hip.
Alash first toured the U.S. under the sponsorship of the Open World Leadership program of the Library of Congress and the National Endowment for the Arts. Since then they have returned many times, to the delight of American audiences. The Washington Post described their music as “utterly stunning,” quipping that after the performance “audience members picked their jaws up off the floor.”

2. 张军|Zhang Jun

Zhang Jun, officially ranked as one of the leading performing artists in China today, was designated in 2011 as a UNESCO Artist for Peace in recognition of his long-term commitment to promoting the art of kunqu opera, a masterpiece of the “Oral and Intangible Heritage of Humanity” proclaimed by UNESCO in 2001. Regarded as the “Prince of Kunqu”, Zhang specializes in the young-man role type. He has performed leading roles in such well-known operas as Peony Pavilion, Palace of Eternal Youth and The Jade Hairpin. Among his numerous acting awards is the Meihua (Plum Flower) Award, China’s most distinguished honor in the performing arts.

3. 拉格拉基尼西塔尔琴四重奏(印度)| Raga Ragini(India)

As the soul of Raga Ragini,Purbayan is considered as one of the finest Sitar players in Indian Classical music and has attained a very special place for himself among the musicians and music lovers around the world. As a recipient of the President of India Award for being the Best Instrumentalist of the country at the age of 15, he has been awarded the highest artist-grade by the All India Radio.The gifted Tabla player Anubrata is good at both solo and accompany ,he has performed world over, including UK, USA, Germany, France etc; Gayatri is a Hindustani classical music singer, a Bhajan singer and has given Hindustani concerts and programs based on film songs abroad. She was famous by the film music "Enthe Nee Kanna"; Rhythm Shaw is a young Guitar Player from India who has a natural timing and sense of musical rhythm.

4. 梅里亚门德兹三重奏(西班牙)| Miriam Mendez Trio (Spain)

Miriam Mendez, a pianist with technique to burn,an extraordinary intellect,also a composer and arranger with the ability to dance and sing. Her high level classical education, combined with her passion and power, allow her to compose and perform in a unique way.
Born in Seville into a family of musical tradition, Miriam started her musical training at the age of three, and wrote her first song (lyrics and music) two years later. Throughout her childhood, Miriam lived between two worlds: flamenco at home and classical music at conservatories and schools all over Europe.
After the success of her first album "Bach por Flamenco", produced by Michael Haas who has won six Grammys, Miriam became a regular and popular performer at internationals music festivals such as the International Festival Antalya (Turkey), International Piano Festival in Barcelona (Spain) or Berlin International Film Festival (Germany), sharing the stage with other famous performers including Chick Corea, Paco de Lucia, Michael Camilo, Tomatito, Andrei Gravilov, Arcadi Volodos, Fazil Say etc.

5. 艾珊努尔·科丽瓦尔(土耳其)|Aysenur Kolivar(Turkey)

Ayşenur Kolivar was born near Rize in SE Turkey’s Black Sea region.During the course of her undergraduate and graduate studies in Turkish language and literature at Bogazici University,she began to study music and folklore with the Bogazici University Folklore club.From 1993-2000,she performed with Kardes Turkuler as a solo and additional vocalist in various Black Sea music projects.From 2001 to 2003 she taught and performed in the Dalepe Nena(Sisters’ Voice)women’s music group;and since 2001,has been a soloist and researcher with the Helesa Project,which collects and performs folk music from the Black Sea.Kolivar’s album under her own name ‘Bahceye Hanimeli’(Honeysuckle for the Garden but the Turkish word hanimeli for honeysuckle is literally ‘lady’s hand’ so there’s a double sense)was released in 2012 by Kalan Muzik. Aysenur Kolivar had a very successful official showcase at WOMEX 2013.Following the showcase she received excellent feedback from WOMEX participants and attracted the attention of promoters,record labels and the media.

6. 古拉扎也门女歌(以色列)|Gulaza(Israel)

Yemen and Africa are separated by sea.Gulaza is an expression of that sea - a sea of despair, prayer, passion, dance, love and longing for freedom.The concept of “Gulaza” was born when Igal Mizrahi and Ben Aylon joined to create a duet between an ancient yemenite song and the sound of the african N’goni, as a part of a concert in a famous festival in Europe. Gulaza continues the natural evolution of Yemenite Women songs. Mystical texts that have passed for centuries from mother to daughter acquire a modern and contemporary meaning in a special instrumental composition. The combination of traditional Saharan strings, cello and acoustic guitars, and the fact that these songs are sang for the first time by a man - creates a unique soundtrack that takes the listener into a world of prayer, passion, dance, love and longing for freedom.
Gulaza has sucssesfully toured Europe in 2016: Spain (Tres Culturas Festival), Serbia (Etnofest, Ethno Fusion, Mikser House), Romania, Czech Republic, Slovakia (Mazal Tov Festival), Austria, Denmark (CPH World Music Festival) and Poland (Etno Krakow).

7. 杰隆·弗里曼·福克斯与“反万物”(加拿大)|Jaron Freeman-Fox &the Opposite of Everything(Canada)

Contorting the violin into new traditions, violinist Jaron Freeman-Fox dances down the fine line between the beautiful and the ridiculous, while redefining what the violin can do. Having produced or played on over 40 albums and toured the world many times over as a solo artist, bandleader or collaborator with bands , Freeman-Fox fuses his roots of fiddling with his study of Indian classical music and jazz.
In 2013, the group’s new album was released into the wild and greeted by enthusiastic reviews, radio play around the world, and 3 Canadian Folk Music Awards.So far JFF has performed for 100,000 people and the young royal couple on Parlimant hill. Described as “Tom Waits playing the fiddle, backed up by the Mahavishnu Orchestra”, The Opposite of Everything transform Freeman-Fox’s intricate compositions into an infectious party! The line-up consists of New Orleans-style clarinetist John Williams, electro-pop klezmer accordionist Robbie Grunwald, jazz bassist Charles James, and drummer Dan Stadnicki.  The band has had a busy 3 years scurrying across the globe from Thessaloniki to Stockholm, which you can read all about on the band page!

8. 阿里法三重奏(多国)|Arifa (Multinational)

Ancient musical traditions from the Middle East and Balkans are blended with jazz and contemporary improvised music through a Western frame of mind. Anatolian Alchemy is the second album by Dutch based Arifa, since the founding three years ago have played in 5 continents. Arifa’s debut album ‘Beyond Babylon’ received five star reviews and was highly acclaimed internationally. Arifa’s secret is the creative chemistry between its three members. Coming from Romania, Turkey, the Netherlands and Germany their music is just as diverse as their origins, moving from traditional Turkish and Balkan sounds to jazz and classical music.Their CD ‘Beyond Babylon’ was released in 2010, and ‘Anatolian Alchemy’ in 2012. Both albums were received with excellent reviews and attention from the media and audience. They were awarded the title “best world music release” in the Netherlands consecutively and distinguished with 5 stars by various publications.

9. 卡赞奇斯(瑞士) | Trio Kazanchis+1 (Switzerland)

“A drunk silver fish” ... “infusion, like good food” ... “a crazy monkey” .... “crossing the road without any traffic lights” ... “a degree of madness involved” …These are just some of the ways the music and approach of Trio Kazanchis+1 has been described. It was in December 2008 that bandleader Jeroen Visser (Switzerland) found himself jamming with Mesele Asmamaw (Ethiopia) and Fabien Duscombs (France) in various venues in the Ethiopian music Mecca, the district of Kazanchis.
It seems fitting that they would find each other in the music clubs of the very historical and cultural district where most legends of Ethiopian music played and where some of them run music venues today. The inescapable electricity that flowed between them whilst jamming led them to formation of Trio Kazanchis, an ode to the district that has brought and continues to bring many musicians and dancers together.
With Fabien holding down lively beats from his vast directory of lively grooves, multi-instrumentalist Jeroen adding his spirit of experimentation and punk rebellion blended with Mesele and Endris’ mastery and innovation on the krar and other traditional Ethiopian instrument, the result is a psychedelic tinged jazz funk. They released their first album called Amaratch Musica in 2012 on Buda Musique, the French record label known for its Ethiopiques series. They labeled their music as ‘Ethiopian traditional impro punk’ whilst others called them African jazz’s answer to The Who. no wonder there are so many ways to describe this music.

10. 达嘎达纳(波兰/乌克兰) | DAGADANA(Poland/Ukraine)

DAGADANA is a fusion of jazz, electronica, Polish, and Ukrainian folk music. The band incorporates traditional folk melodies which are set to words of traditional songs, modern poetry, and lyrics. Their approach to performing and recording music includes the use of vocals sang through voice processors, trance, jazz acoustic bass influences, and various musical instruments.
DagaDana’s unique feature is their great gift for blending cultural elements from Poland and Ukraine. Daga and Dana can create a dialogue – not just with each other, not just between their national traditions, but also with contemporary musical trends. Sensitive, intelligent, curious about the world and its people.
The band has performed with recognized musicans from around the world. In China, DAGADANA has performed with  musicians from North Lab Song Zhao AIYS (China) and Hasibagen (Mongolia). They are also guests at DAGADANA’s later album recorded in Poland and Beijing - Meridian 68.
"Meridian 68" hit #9 of World Music Charts Europe and #16 at Transglobal World Music Chart.

11. 伊诺拉 (法国) |Enola (France)

Kalima Iafis Koh: Hearing Kalima singing is an experience of communication with surnatural. She sings in her first langage, the shyhaat from south Egypt, to express all the feelings about living, loving, being. She can take you from fear to tears, from fire to air, using both improvisation and melodies.In Azram, she also plays drums in a complete union with music and trance.Kalima is a voice dancer, she makes harmonics growing and moving in the air, in your body, in your soul.
Luc Girardeau: If you need a definition of a drummer, he is the guy. Playing with Luc « Bob » is like driving a car with GPS, you will never get lost. He is the ground on which you can safely walk. He is also a very good soloist and you can lost yourself looking at is finger in action, rapidity and precision are the words. He is Chemirani's student as a tombak player.You will discover the sensivity of percussion, speaking directly to your heart.In Azram, he also plays banduria, hulusi and jew's harp.
Guillaume Dupuy:He is looking for the right place of the sound, in the air, on the stage, in the audience, everywhere, everytime. This unusual musician is making the sound physical, material ; as you could touch it, it can move you. He first was a drummer, so his sense of rythm is strong and very deep.With the didgeridoo and the khaen, he plays the rythm with breath, inviting the audience to breath with him, living the music.With Azram, he also play drums, voice and electric bass.

12. 禾纳新民乐团(韩国)|HONA(Korea)

Korean Music Ensemble HONA is a young group who is making new music in which not only korean traditional music but also contemporary music are melted. The members of HONA studied korean traditional music and each of them is an excellent solo player in his/her field. They were not satisfied with just playing and taking over what they were learned from school or masters. So they started making their own music under the name of HONA. Their music reflects their own characteristics such as the rhythm of traditional shaman music, improvisation everywhere like jazz and collaboration with other contemporary arts---dance, visual images. And their music is rather concrete than abstract because they express their own experiences and emotions that they had been passing through such as journey, love, farewell, prayer etc.

13. 垚也|Yao Ye

Yaoye is a group of three musicians working in musical fields for more than 2 decades,they are:Zhu Fangqiong,Hanying(Wang Jiyun)&Li Jiazheng.
The instrument they play include but not limited to: sea drums,shanman percussions,brass-bells, chor(Mongolia),seeds,shakuhachi(Japan), a leaf.We can always compare their music with the cool music of German music company ECM,and it must be golden age if ECM.They play improvisational,no ethnic borders,no horizon,it comes to a bunch of free flowers,maybe we could call it world fusion,who knows?Maybe we could say,the music it own,is the harbour for what we called”ZEN", possibly,it is a perfect explaination of ‘China&world’.

14. 新蓝草乐队|Tompang New Grass Band

Out of the wild alley ways of Shanghai arose a force from beyond the city limits.  Where Blue Ridge Appalachia meets endless rolling hills of Northeast Asia and the gypsy heart of Eastern Europe.  
Tompang New Grass Band was formed in 2012, in Shanghai, China.  The members have been living in this area of the world for some time.  They came together through mutual friends and musicians and quickly found that they were on to something special.  The reason being the cultural diversity of the band.  With many members from all over the world, the group is able to allow a new brand of world music to take shape.  Including old and new elements of bluegrass, traditional mongolian music, Balkan, Jazz, traditional Chinese folk, gypsy, and much more. 

15. 图利古尔|Tulegur

Tulegur is a modern nomad music duo, rooted in traditional tunes of Inner Mongolia (Mongolian part of China) and influenced by contemporary music. Their sound is a great mixture of traditional Mongolian music, acoustic rock, throat-singing (also known as "Khoomei") and electronic music. This combination results in a unique style which some described as “ethnic post-rock” or “psychedelic nomadic rock”. Within two years they went on several extended tours in China, India, Europe and also Australia/New Zealand where they gained overwhelming reactions by the audience. Especially in Australia and New Zealand, all CDs went sold out immediately and for the first time they appeared on iTunes Top 200 World Music Charts with peak at #8 in Australia and #1 for 3 days in New Zealand! This makes us more curious about the full length debut album to be release later this year.Vocalist and acoustic guitar player Gangzi is the soul of Tulegur, educated in classical music and opera, and his voice is trained for a broad range of throat singing. After years of solo performances, Gangzi has achieved remarkable success all around China and worldwide. Towards the end of 2014, percussionist / electric guitarist Wang (alias Zongcan) joint Tulegur’s new bigger picture to help extend the music to a wider range in expression. As a multiple instrumentalist and sophisticated artist, Wang has traveled to many places within and beyond China and gained has his special ways to embrace different cultures to be fused into with his world of music.

16. 马帮|Mabang

Mabang blends folk and traditional musics from southern China with rock, reggae and ska into a unique style of world music. Looking deep into the vast mountains of Guangxi Province in China’s southwest, the band showcases beautiful sounds and styles rarely heard outside of the region.
The members of the band play a wide variety of Chinese and Western musical instruments, and excel at foregrounding rare folk instruments, ethnic singing styles, and vocal harmonies in their shows. Lead vocalist Ye Honggang’s voice is striking and powerful as he sings in the local Guiliuhua dialect of Chinese, blending with the uninhibited rhythms of the percussion, the sonorous suona, and intricate and powerful vocal harmonies. These elements combine to form the unique sonic imprint of the band, transporting audiences instantly into the vast mountains and mysterious jungles of China’s southwest.
In June 2014, Mabang officially signed to the indie label Zen Music, a sublabel under Starsing Music Group.In July 2015, Mabang’s eponymous debut album was formally released.

17. 壹乐团(多国)|“Yi” Band(Multinational)

“Yi” was formed in 2008 by Nie Jun. In the beginning the band was focused on dark Mahlerian chord structures on a Yamaha CP80 over funk beats with Mauritian bloodlines and Jazz trumpet, and has constantly been evolving. Today their sound is more "organic metropolitan ritual science fiction,” with the CP80’s sound glowing amid cello, pipa, voice, cajon, modified trap set, and manual electronic percussion. They are currently working on their first studio album.

18. 牧羊人|the Herdsmen

Settled in the Grand Canyon of Nujiang River of Yunnan, Riverside of Lan Cang River、Tropic of Cancer of Mo River, where  ethnic minorities like Pumi、Lahu、Hani all living together. Tribal Trip has played to carry forward the culture of ethnic minorities of China. The Herdsmen use the most primitive sound from the mountains,combined with other music genres like Folk、Reggae、Electronic、Rock and World Music,and  featured by mysterious dances,all together made Tribal Trip the most mystical、lively and worth-seeing ethnic minority band in Yunnan.

19. 声景乐队(多国)|SoundScape(Multinational)

SoundScape is a group bound together by passion for ethnic music, created in Shanghai in 2009. Truly international mix of musicians with earthy, tender, sweet yet full of energy sound. SoundScape is an organic musical masala where east meets the west.
Organic sound of ethnic instruments is a great medium for expressing emotions in a raw unpolished form and SoundScape does just that. The earthy telluric sound of Didjeridoo mixes with hypnotic mood of Harmonium, Tibetan and Indian Vocals and Flutes add flowing melodious lines. All that accompanied by dynamic percussions makes SoundScape's performance a great experience.

20. 西赛(厄瓜多尔)|SISAY(Ecuador)

SISAY (“Blossoming” in their native language, Kichwa), is a Native South American ensemble from Ecuador which has roots in Native American ancestry in the Imbayas Nation. They perform traditional and contemporary Andean music at its finest.
SISAY’s enchanting sounds is a combination of their native traditional and sacred music legacy passed through generations’ fusion with all the experiences acquired from the present world.
Their mission of delivering harmony and balance to the people so they can receive the wisdom to connect with Mother Earth is still intact for the listener to experience
“SISAY” was first formed by the current members’ parents in 1983. After being honored at many musical venues in their homeland, the founders let the next generation take on the responsibly of sharing their musical heritage.
Their remarkable performance and musical concept, was so greatly welcomed that their music rapidly spread to every corner of Japan and Korea. For their unique talent and commitment when sharing their music and culture, SISAY has been appointed by the Ministry of Foreigner Affairs and the Ecuadorian Embassy in Japan as the “Culture and Music Ambassadors of Ecuador.”
Their success was not only achieved abroad but also in their homeland. Being awarded the best traditional and best contemporary music honors in 2005 and 2006 was another important recognition of their music.
All these accomplishments have guided the group beyond being just an ensemble, into a musical concept that is also paving the way for new young native talents. By joining together with various artists of different musical genres, SISAY is taking their music to a new height for creating own “SISAY World,” a world of Native sounds.Currently, SISAY continues sharing their outstanding performances to the world and, now is considered as the main representatives of Ecuadorian and Andean music in Asia. 

21. 芮斯 | Resres

Lead Singer: Resres
Guitar/Music Director: Tseng Jen Yi
Cello: Yang Juei Yun
Purcussion: Lai Ya Fang(A-Fun)

Resres Livulivuwan, principal vocalist of Miling’an Musical Theater, was the recipient of the Golden Melody Award for Best Aboriginal Singer. She is the last witch living in the city. No one has ever seen her cast a spell, but there was an old man in her tribe holding her hands excitedly after listening to her sing, and he said, “The devil’s in your voice!” Resres, from the Dawu tribe deep in the mountains of Southern Taiwan, is an aristocratic descendent of ancient Paiwanese culture. There’s a kind of ancient energy bestowed by Paiwanese ancestors’ spirits in her singing voice, which opens a channel to the origin of life and recalls memories in the deepest parts of the soul. In 2004, Resres won the 15th Golden Melody Awards for Best Performance of Traditional and Art Music, and was nominated for Best Aboriginal Album of the 22nd Golden Melody Awards in 2011 and Best Aboriginal Singer of the 24th Golden Melody Awards in 2013.

22. 戴晓君 | Tai Siao-chun

Lead singer: Tai Siao-chun
Guitar/Music Director: Tseng Jen Yi
Cello: Tseng Jen Yi
Purcussion: Lai Ya Fang(A-Fun)

Tai Siao-chun is from Shimen tribe in Mudan Township, Pingtung County.She is a Paiwanese singer-songwriter with a strong singing ability.All of Tai’s travels and rich life experiences bring a warmth and perseverance to her powerful voice, qualities that enhance the beauty of her voice .
Tai Siao-chun won the grand prize of Aboriginal Language Group at the Taiwan Original Pop Music Awards In 2011, and the grand prize at Taiwan Original Pop Music Awards in 2014.

23. 查玛克|ZAMAKE

Lead singer: Zamake
Bassist: Huang Yao Chi
Drummer: Kao Fan
Guitar: Sakinu

ZAMAKE has been nominated for both Best Mandarin Male Artist and Best Singer-Songwriter in Taiwan’s Chinese Music Awards. He is from the Ka-La-Ru-Lan tribe of the Paiwan in Taitung. Aside from working as an individual singer-songwriter, Zameke is also vocalist and composer in both Totem and Generation 7. Having been immersed in the Paiwan culture since he was a child, Zamake combines traditional melodies and pop music and the results are unique, with varieties of styles such as traditional, country, pop, rap and so on. In 2012, his first album, Zamake. Dima, was released and he was nominated for Best New Mandarin Male Artist at the Chinese Music Awards.

24. 原味酝酿|Original Brewing

Lead Singer: Hanbo
Purcussion/Harmony: Kang
Guitar/Harmony: Sakinu
Bass/Harmony: Punu

The band Original Brewing, which was formed in 2005, represents a bridge connecting the past to the future. It takes listeners on a journey across ancient and contemporary music, or traditional and pop music, in hopes of preserving the traditional cultures the members inherited. Its style is based on aboriginal melodies and incorporates funk, blues, rock, hip-pop, and reggae elements. Above all, being authentic and spontaneous is the goal of the members in expressing themselves.

25. 宾茂国中VASA排湾传统乐舞团| Binmao VASA Paiwan Traditional Arts Group

Members of the Binmao VASA Paiwan Traditional Arts Group (of Bin-Mao Junior High School) are children from the Paiwan tribe. They are striving to rediscover their culture by learning traditional dances and ancient melodies and they have become confident to exhibit the charm of the tribal culture and at the same time a sense of honor. The group was founded in 201. Lu Mei-Qin organized the project; Lin Ze Xuan, Fan Wen Kai, and Lui Rui Zhe are the dancing and singing instructors. All of the instructors are devoted to promoting education of traditional cultures and therefore helping to develop the characteristics of the high school.
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Self-driving Route

Shanghai Downtown to Estate at Nine Dragons:1、Choose Yan'an Viad or Inner Ring Viad(Toward Shanghai Hongqiao Airport), take G50 toward G15 (Toward Jingshanwei Ningbo), go straight to S4 toward Pinghu, Zhejiang Province; Take exit Dushan Guangchen from Hangpu G15, turn left then turn right; then turn left at next traffic light. Arrive at Eastern Gate of Estate at Nine Dragons. (105km; About 1.5h)


The Nine Dragons Resort and Golf Club comprises approximately 1,600 hectares along the eastern coastline in the Zha Pu Region of China, southeast of Shanghai. It represents a mixed-use resort community. This is the first phase of a much larger new town being planned, which will include a town center, supplemented by residential, commercial, light industrial, and recreational land uses to address the future growth demands of this resort region. The first phase consisted of the development of the beachside resort core, including the resort commercial village supported by three hotels, a timeshare component, resort residential, a marina, waterpark, botanical garden, international school, 27 holes of golf, and related parks and support facilities.


Shen'gang Avenue, Pudong New Area, Shanghai

Public Transportation

1)Metro Line 16 toward Dishuihu
2)Longgan Express, Longlu Special Line, Longlin Special Line

Self-driving Route

Take exit A2 toward Lin'gang xin cheng Shen'gang Avenue

Because of the limitations on car parking space, it is recommended that motorists give up driving themselves and take public transport.


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A distinguished gathering of masters from the West and the East. 14 acclaimed groups from the five continents.

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Embassies and Consulates from 6 countries bring about multinational culture, such as The Smurf, Andersen's Fairy Tale, Sissi.

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Compose of scientist, musicians, engineers and famous professor. Their talent can bring about extraordinary interactive experience.

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Word famous chefs and dessert chefs will bring delicious food.


No.300, Renmin Da Dao

Public Transportation

Subway:Metro Line 1、2、8 toward People Square.
Bus:Take Bus 49、109、324 to“Weihai Rd, Huangpi Bei Lu”;Take Bus 109、324 toward Huangpi Bei Rd & Wusheng Rd;Take Bus 23、49、109、935toward Huangpi Bei Rd & Wusheng Rd.

Self-driving Route

No.300, Renmin Da Dao, near Huangpi Bei Lu ( Underground Parking Garage)

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Where to go?

No. 2238 West Yan’an Road (near Yili Road)

Public Transportation

1)Bus No.320/709/827/836 to ‘HongQiao Road GuBei Road Station’ > South Gate of the central park
2)Bus No.57/328/748/806/911/925/936 to ‘West Yan’an Road LouShanGuan Road Station’ > North Gate of the central park
3)Bus No.709/72/808/855/911 to ‘Yili Road AnShun Road Station’ > East Gate of the central park


There is a parking area at the North Gate of the central park, holding 80 parking spots.

What to play?

There are 5 scenic spots located in the central park: central fountain, both sides of Yan’an Elevated Road, mid-lake pavilion, east hill and west hill.
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