- Shanghai's nongtang life
- Hu Yang began wandering the streets of Shanghai, especially the nongtang (the narrow alleyways of old Shanghai), in the 1980s. He has taken a lot of photographs that capture the dramatic changes in nongtang life.
- In China, Digital Activists Are Starting to Meet Up in Person
- On March 16, inside an old house hidden in a traditional Shanghai nongtang, or alleyway, a meet-up event was in full swing. Dozens of young people gathered and sat around the loft-style room, listening attentively to the speakers sharing lively stories.
- neri & hu: camper showroom/ office in shanghai
- chinese practice neri & hu have recently unveiled the new camper showroom/ office in shanghai. taking after a typical alley called a 'nong-tang' the structure within a structure offers a dynamic display area for the camper shoe brand as well as ...
- Neri&Hu Design: Defining modern Chinese architecture and spaces
- The architects are inspired by Shanghai's nong tang (narrow alleyways) built in early 20th century, a shared space between buildings where a strong sense of community thrived.
- Tian Ze Fang: From hidden gem to tourist hotspot in Shanghai
- Step in and you would first have to walk through a maze-like labyrinth (nongtang in Shanghainese) of shikumen, traditional homes with stone walls that still housed many local families. Its palette was a muted grey, punctuated by patches of exposed bricks.
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