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Equivalent to thrift stores, flea markets in Beijing, Shanghai

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Hi, I know there are plenty of traditional "antique" stores in Beijing, but I'm wondering if I can find a Chinese equivalent to an American "thrift store?" i.e.. shops selling used stuff, not necessarily of antique provenance. Thrift stores, flea markets, or something like it you'd recommend? i'm not interested in spending a lot for fake antiques of course, but more interested in authentic 20th century kitsch, of the non-touristy variety. I'll be visiting Beijing & Shanghai. Thanks!

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