What was originally a 420-meter-long Taikang Lu is now expanded into the neighboring lane ways to be more than double the size, between Ruijin and Sinan Lu was initially slated to be Shanghai's "art street" back in 1998 when a former candy factory was renovated to become the International Artists Factory. The four-story building and Lane 210 quickly became the home of marketing and design studios, fashion and interior outlets, and several of the city's established artists, including Huang Yongzheng, Chen Yifei, and Er Dongqiang.
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