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Harbin Fashion Week 2019 (哈尔滨时装周 in Chinese) is set to ride the runway. Bold enough to brave the minus 20 degrees Celsius Northernmost china cold? 

Then book your last minute tickets right here, right now, on Nuomi — at 188 RMB a pop.

first staged in 2011, Harbin Fashion Week includes fashion shows, art exhibitions, fashion forums, showrooms and fashion fairs. This sleek as ice Fashion Week helps promote the deep integration of cultural industries, creative industries, art and commerce, In an international “Frozen” setting. 

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Fun Fact: Keep it raw and real with Harbin’s Siberian tiger park

Siberian tigers and other types of large felines roam the Siberian Tiger Park.

The Harbin Siberian Tiger Park is China’s second largest Siberian tiger| wild cat safari park. It houses almost 1000 kitties.

The park covers about 250 acres in an area just to the north of Sun Island Park where the harbin snow sculptures are displayed. It is located across a branch of the Songhua River.

the park stays open in wintertime during the area’s winter ice sculpture festival. From catwalk to cats…

harbin, heilongjiang province, china. Just FYI.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Elsbeth van Paridon

China Fashion, Design and Urban Culture Groupie, Editor-in-Chief at Temper Magazine
Temper Magazine Founder and Editor-in-Chief Elsbeth van Paridon holds a degree in Sinology from the University of Leiden (Netherlands) and additionally is just another run-of-the-mill fashion aficionada.

After tackling Beijing for some six years where she worked for China International Publishing Group, she spent a moment in time moseying down steep alleyways and writing about their fashionable and underground features in Hong Kong.

Van Paridon most recently managed to claw her way through a Europe-based academic endeavor called "Journalism". 'Tis in such fashion that she has now turned her lust for China Fashion/ Lifestyle and Underground into a full time occupation.

Van Paridon hunts down the latest in Chinese menswear, women’s clothing, designer newbies, established names, changes in the nation’s street scenery, close-ups of particular trends presently at play or of historical socio-cultural value in Chinaplus a selection of budding photographers.

Paired with a deep devotion to China’s urban underground scene, van Paridon holds a particular interest in the topics of androgyny, the exploration of individuality and the power that is the Key Opinion Leader (the local term for “influencers”) in contemporary China.
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