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To the right: The Chinese qipao and tangzhuang are worn by women and men, respectively. These beautiful dress clothes are perfect for any occasion.

To the right: These hand-made, Chinese needlepoint pictures on a silk frame come in all different varieties of designs. Some example designs include cherry blossoms, panda bears, and catfish.

To the right: These cute panda bears are Chinese most famous animal and style as great gifts for young kids of all ages.

To the right: These stuffed animals are not only cute, but also have pouches that conveniently hold your cell phones or television remotes.


To the left:
The Chinese dolls are based upon girls from different dynasties, each with different costumes depending on their time era. These dolls are recommended for decoration use only.

The 3-D pictures come to life as scenes in nature are depicted through them. 

To the left: The large Chinese fans are decorated with calligraphy and traditional Chinese art. Good for decoration or even a hot day, these fans are a great purchase!

The chopstick sets are perfect to use at home for breakfast, lunch, and dinner. Have a traditional Chinese meal every day with this new set!

To the left: These Chinese dragon hats are a stylish new fashion. The dragons on these hats symbolize the power of all the animals. They say when you wear this hat, you will receive good luck and power from the "dragon" inside it.

To the left: These Chinese bag are made with silk and are embroidered with traditional patterns of ancient times.

To the left: The beautiful Chinese sun umbrellas come in a variety of colors that are all decorated with different types of flowers on them.

Location and Address:  The Domes, 524 S. Layton Blvd, Milwaukee, WI 53215   Time:  January 30th, 2016, Saturday: 9:00 a.m. - 6.00 p.m.   January 31th, 2016, Sunday: 9:00 a.m. - 4.00 p.m.   Cost (the Dome admission ticket):  $7.00/Adult(Age 18 & up) $5.00/Age 6-17

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