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The building of a new shopping centre dedicated to fake brands. Some of the brand impostors at the mall in Nanjing, east of Shanghai, include a McDonalds look-a-like burger bar called McDnoald’s, a Starbucks-style,Ji’A’Po, Fake KFC, Fake Mcdonald’s Fake Nike, Fake Apple stores, Fake Microsoft Retail experience centre, the list goes on.

Make it a list of Must-Do’s in China, It’s really humurous and great touristy experience.

The Seagull on the Bund  4 Start Hotel

The Seagull on the Bund 4 Start Hotel

Getting and Staying There :- The Seagull on the Bund (4-Star Hotel) is only 500 meters from Nanjing Road and the main shopping area. From east to west in Nanjing Road, there is the Landmark, Wing, First Department Store, New World Shopping Mall, Shanghai Brilliance malls and other large shopping mall. Here like a shopping paradise.

If you prefer fitness to shopping, you will have other alternatives, such as the United States Guffy, comfort, Fort and Kim Jim fitness club. In addition, if you like outdoor activities, then the Tomson Shanghai Pudong Golf Club will be your ideal choice.

The nearest Metro: Metro Line 2 – Nanjing East Road Station

Nanjing Road Shopping Mall Shanghai

Nanjing Road is the world’s longest shopping district, around 6 km long, and attracts over 1 million visitors daily.

Nanjing Road East

East Nanjing Road is a dedicated commercial zone. At its eastern end is the central section of the Bund, featuring the Peace Hotel. Immediately west of the Bund precinct was traditionally the hub of European-style restaurants and cafes, although in recent years these have become less of a feature as the demographics of visitors to Nanjing Road have shifted from affluent local residents to visitors from around the country. Close by is the Central Market, a century-old outdoor market today specialising in electronic components and digital media. Further west is the Nanjing Road pedestrian mall. Located here are most of Shanghai’s oldest and largest department stores, as well as a variety of domestic retail outlets, and some traditional eateries with a long history.

Shanghai is known to be a shopper’s paradise. The city of Shanghai is one of the world-famous shopping destinations of the world. Nanjing Road Shopping Mall, Shanghai is one such well-known shopping center in China.

Nanjing Road is the premier shopping destination of China and one of the busiest shopping streets of the world. Nanjing Road is located to the center of Shanghai and runs from west to east. The western part of the street begins at People’s Square and continues up to Jing’an District, further to the west. The western section is reputed as a famous luxurious shopping center. The eastern part of the street is in Huangpu District and stretches out from The Bund.

Nanjing Road is one of the `Four Streets’ and is the top ranking commercial hub of the nation Termed as the `shopping paradise’, Nanjing Road of Shanghai is home to more than 600 shops. There is a coexistence of famous old shops, new shops and specialty shops. The shopping center at Nanjing Road in Shanghai is a place where shopping never stops. It is the largest such shopping destination not only in China, but also in Asia.

The newly designed East Nanjing Road has nowadays been reserved for the pedestrians. Instead of being wiped out by today’s cut-throat competition, Nanjing Road has prospered and keeps on touching newer heights of commercial success.


Colonel Harland Sanders meets a lady competitor in China know as jiapo or Jia’Po meaning Lady in Chinese.

The chain of fried chicken restaurants launched in 2007 in China, called Ji’a’po or, according to The Sun,Sweaty Granny,” have earned the nickname by Chinese onlookers as the “long-lost sister” of the KFC Colonel or maybe his Grandmother.

The term is also used flagrantly for cursing at women “Chuo Jia Po” meaning smelly Lady/Granny.

Despite the striking similarities between the two logos, the State Administration for Industry & Commerce in China says that there is no infringement.
chain of fried chicken restaurants launched in 2007 in China, called Ji'a'po or, according to The Sun, "Sweaty Granny," have earned the nickname by Chinese onlookers as the "long-lost sister" of the KFC Colonel.

chain of fried chicken restaurants launched in 2007 in China, called Ji'a'po or, according to The Sun, "Sweaty Granny," have earned the nickname by Chinese onlookers as the "long-lost sister" of the KFC Colonel.

 
Fake KFC

Fake KFCFake KFC


China,king of counterfeiters, Fake brands Checklist,Nanjing, east of Shanghai, prides itself on the imminent grand opening of a new shopping centre dedicated to some 58 fake brands of merchandise.

Brand impostors featured at this mall include: a McDonalds look-a-like burger bar called McDnoald’s, a Starbucks-style coffee shop called Bucksstar Coffee, Panosaonic electronic products, Gillehe shaving supplies, Pmua sneakers, Adadas sportswear, and a wannabe Pizza Hut called Pizza Huh


Another Fake StarFucks,I mean Starbucks Coffee,Liuzhou China. Starbucks copied with wrong spelling. This very real sign showed up briefly in Liuzhou China, is said to be an example placeholder fake store to drum up rental interests? Other known identical fakes include SPR Coffee

Fake StarFucks Coffee I Mean Starbucks

Fake StarFucks Coffee I Mean Starbucks

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