Shanghai Folk Chopstick Museum was founded in 1988. The collections include bamboo, wood, metal, jade and bone, with more than 800 types of chopsticks since Ming and Qing dynasties, from varied locations in Korea, Japan, and Thailand. The Founder Mr. Lanxiang is a famous collector, with several historical and commemorative chopsticks, and also many chopsticks which made of gold, silver, bronze, ivory, jade, stone and wood, as well as some famous art of sculpture and drawing.
Folk Chopsticks Museum and Nearby Attractions on Map
The Bund(2.7 km)
The Bund alongside Huangpu River once was the financial center of the Far East.
Duolun Culture Street(0 km)
Duolun Road was built in 1911 and located in Hongkou District of Shanghai.
Shanghai Ocean Aquarium(3.2 km)
This is an entertaining exhibition over two floors, including a system of glass tunnels that lets you get up close and personal with sharks.
Huangpu Park(2.6 km)
At the northern tip of the Bund, was the legendary home of the 'No dogs or Chinese' sign — which in fact never existed, although Chinese not accompanied by foreigners were indeed banned until 1928.
Oriental Pearl TV Tower(3.2 km)
Built in 1994, it is the 3rd tallest tower in the world.
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