Live photos: Les Fleurs de Shanghai

Calamity Chang and Shien Lee salute the Paris of the East.

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Old Shanghai comes to life (or as close as it's gonna do so at an New Orleans–tinged American Nouveau eatery in Tribeca) at burlesque gal Calamity Chang's monthly show at Duane Park, with Shien Lee serving as the affair's lovely songbird. The soiree's latest edition, featuring guest performer Peekaboo Pointe and seen in the photos above, took place on March 28. If you like what you see—who wouldn't, really?—and want to come to the next installment on Wednesday, April 25, we'd recommend you R.S.V.P. at calamitychang.com pronto; the affair tends to pack the house.

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