A look at the art and lifestyle in 1930s Shanghai. This city of refugees became the birthplace of a short-lived but unique form of Art Deco that hybridized Chinese traditional forms with that of the prevailing style of art in Europe and America. After the Communist takeover in 1949, the style was outlawed as being too Western. Now, young Shanghainese are discovering their history and readopting Art Deco as both an art form and a lifestyle.
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