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  • Shanghainese

    The Shanghainese language, also known as the Shanghai dialect, Hu language or Hu dialect, is a variety of Wu Chinese spoken in the central districts of
  • Shanghainese people

    The Shanghainese (Chinese: 上海人, Shanghainese: Zaanhening, [zɑ̃.hé.ɲɪɲ]; p Shànghǎirén) are the native peoples of the City of Shanghai. The Old City of
  • Shanghainese (disambiguation)

    Shanghainese may refer to: Shanghainese people Shanghainese language Shanghainese cuisine
  • Shanghainese people in Hong Kong

    Shanghainese people in Hong Kong have played an important role in Hong Kong since 1949. The flood of emigration of Shanghainese people, from Shanghai
  • Qian Nairong

    Qian Nai-rong (Shanghainese: [zɪ nɛjoŋ]; born 1945 in Shanghai) is a Chinese linguist. He received a master's degree in Chinese from Fudan University in
  • Taizhou dialect

    Chinese. It is spoken in the city of Taizhou in Zhejiang province of China. It is only partially intelligible with Shanghainese. m、ng are also syllables
  • Shadi dialect

    districts in southern Jiangsu as well as Chongming Island, Shanghai. It is considered to be a variety of Taihu Wu, which is intelligible with Shanghainese.
  • Xintiandi

    Xintiandi (Chinese: 新天地; pinyin: Xīntiāndì, Shanghainese: Shintidi lit. "New Heaven and Earth", fig. "New World") is an affluent car-free shopping, eating
  • Changshan

    the wearing of changshan and other traditional clothing in Shanghai. Shanghainese emigrants and refugees carried the fashion to Hong Kong, where it has
  • Wuxi dialect

    Wuxi in Jiangsu province of China. It has many similarities with the Shanghainese and Suzhou dialect. It is mutually intelligible with the Changzhou dialect