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Communist Paraphernalia at Panjiayuan Market, Beijing - Beijing's Panjiayuan Market, once known as the "dirt market" is a huge arts, crafts and antiques market - though it must be noted that most of the "antiques" are repros these days. A wide array of items are available here including pottery, lacquerware, porcelain, paintings, clocks, statuettes, beads, jade, coins, brass-ware, books, records, scrolls or fans. On weekends the number of customers reaches 70,000 visitors a day - the name of the game is to get here early.
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Communist Paraphernalia at Panjiayuan Market, Beijing - Beijing's Panjiayuan Market, once known as the "dirt market" is a huge arts, crafts and antiques market - though it must be noted that most of the "antiques" are repros these days.  A wide array of items are available here including pottery, lacquerware, porcelain, paintings, clocks, statuettes, beads, jade, coins, brass-ware, books, records, scrolls or fans.  On weekends the number of customers reaches 70,000 visitors a day - the name of the game is to get here early.