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Children's Palace

Listed under Visitor Attractions in Shanghai, China.

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Shanghai’s Children’s Palace was originally built in 1918 as the home of a British businessman. It has since been converted into an education center for Chinese children, with loads of creative opportunities for ages 5 – 16, and has become the model or template for similar Children’s Palaces throughout China. Dance, art, technology, and music are just a few of the areas covered by the qualified professionals who conduct the array of after-school programs.

Written by  Sarah Clise.

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