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      马勒别墅 | Moller VillaMay 15, 2012
      Resort
      • Shanghai, China

      Tycoon Eric Moller was one of the richest men in old Shanghai- with all the trappings that went with it: membership in the Shanghai Race Club and a gorgeous, fantasy mansion in the French Concession Read more

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      Mansion HotelMay 15, 2012
      Hotel
      • Shanghai, China

      Former Du Yu Sheng & Du Villa - 1933 “Who’s Who” called Du Yue Sheng the most influential resident of the French Concession, and there is no doubt that Shanghai’s mafia king was exactly that Read more

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      Former Cercle Sportif Francais (French Sports Club)May 15, 2012
      Historic Site
      • Shanghai, China

      About the Cercle Sportif FrancaisThe French Club was the most cosmopolitan club in a city that was perhaps the most cosmopolitan in the world. Read more

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      外滩华尔道夫酒店 | Waldorf Astoria Shanghai on the BundMay 15, 2012
      Hotel
      • Shanghai, China

      About The Former Shanghai Club The old boys’ club that controlled Shanghai ran it from the leather-and-whiskey soaked confines of the Shanghai Club on the Bund, where membership was restricted Read more

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      Former Shanghai Race ClubMay 15, 2012
      Historic Site
      • Shanghai, China

      The perimeter of the People’s Square once defined old Shanghai’s racecourse, where the rich rode their steeds and their wives wagered fans and sun bonnets because betting money was too, too vulgar. Read more

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      和平饭店 | Fairmont Peace HotelMay 15, 2012
      Hotel
      • Shanghai, China

      Sir Victor Sassoon and Sassoon HouseSir Victor Sassoon came from money – he was the fourth generation of a Sephardic Jewish family from Baghdad who had begun trading opium in Shanghai in 1845 Read more

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      外滩华尔道夫酒店 | Waldorf Astoria Shanghai on the BundMay 15, 2012
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      • Shanghai, China

      About The Shanghai Club The old boys’ club that controlled Shanghai ran it from the leather-and-whiskey soaked confines of the Shanghai Club on the Bund, where membership was restricted Read more

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      Mansion HotelMay 15, 2012
      Hotel
      • Shanghai, China

      Former Du Yu Sheng & Du Villa - 1933 “Who’s Who” called Du Yue Sheng the most influential resident of the French Concession, and there is no doubt that Shanghai’s mafia king was exactly that. Read more

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      Former Cercle Sportif Francais (French Sports Club)May 15, 2012
      Historic Site
      • Shanghai, China

      The French Club was the most cosmopolitan club in a city that was perhaps the most cosmopolitan in the world. Read more here Read more

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      马勒别墅 | Moller VillaMay 15, 2012
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      • Shanghai, China

      See the whole story of the Moller Villa on this link Read more

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      马勒别墅 | Moller VillaMay 15, 2012
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      • Shanghai, China

      tycoon Eric Moller was one of the richest men in old Shanghai- with all the trappings that went with it: membership in the Shanghai Race Club and a gorgeous, fantasy mansion in the French Concession.

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      Former Shanghai Race ClubMay 15, 2012
      Historic Site
      • Shanghai, China

      See the whole story of the Former HSBC headquarters on this link Read more

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      Former Shanghai Race ClubMay 15, 2012
      Historic Site
      • Shanghai, China

      The perimeter of today’s People’s Square once defined Shanghai’s racecourse,where the rich rode their steeds and their wives would wager fans and sun bonnets because betting money was too, too vulgar.

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      Former HSBC headquartersMay 15, 2012
      Historic Site
      • Shanghai, China

      See the whole story of the Former HSBC headquarters on this link Read more

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      Former HSBC headquartersMay 15, 2012
      Historic Site
      • Shanghai, China

      The Hong Kong and Shanghai Bank, built in 1920, was a place both prestigious and safe enough to deposit the great fortunes that were made in old Shanghai.

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