Mr. Ding sends Nick--hereafter known as Agent Nick--on his first set of missions. This time he is to find his way to the Qingpu district of Shanghai, where his first mission is to find and send a letter at a post office from the Qing Dynasty.
Agent Nick passes out in the middle of nowhere and gets dragged along the road for like, a good 3km. He also completes his final mission (for the time being, at least), which makes him go crazy and run around in public, screaming like a maniac.
Wondering about the perfect souvenir or gift to bring back home? In this episode we discuss Qingpu's traditional Suzhou embroidery. Influenced by Suzhou art, Qingpu adopted Suzhou's tradition of special embroidery. Suzhou embroidery is known for its intricate detail and is one of China's four styles of embroidery. Check out this episode of Trip Tips Qingpu and see for yourself why people are excited to own such a unique piece of art.
Qingpu District is a district of Shanghai Municipality, China. The only freshwater lake of Shanghai, Lake Dianshan, the source of the Huangpu River, is located in Qingpu.
Qingpu District is the westernmost district of Shanghai Municipality; it is adjacent to Jiangsu and Zhejiang Provinces. Around the lake are a number of tourist scenic areas, all complete in tourist facilities. Among the tourist areas is the waterside town Zhujiajiao, a major tourist destination in the Shanghai region.
The Baihe, the oldest town in the Qingpu District, is famous for its performances of huju
This episode of Trip Tips introduces viewers to Qingpu cuisine. Since Qingpu is a fishing village, seafood dishes are this area's specialty. From "mystery snail" to "bound meat", there are many delicacies to explore. Indulge in the local's favorite alcohol huangjiu and venture out and try Qingpu cuisine on the culture street in Zhujiajiao Village!
Consisting of two main parts, The Qingpu Museum holds much of Qingpu and China's historic artifacts that greatly reveal the unique culture of China. The traditional part of the museum was found in Qingpu's Town God Temple, whereas the new recently opened Qingpu Museum is located at the Songze Square. With artifacts dating back to the Song Dynasty, there is much to be seen as you travel through time and view the evolution of Qingpu's culture!