Laowai Jie (老外街), translated as Foreigner Street, is pedestrian Lane 3338 off Hongmei Lu in Gubei District. During the days of communism, this area is where Chairman Mao’s 101 trains ended their cross-nation ...
Each October American doorsteps are adorned with glowing, grinning pumpkins known as “Jack-O’-Lanterns”.
The neighborhood of Tianzifang (田子坊), located deep in the heart of the former French Concession, was built in the 1930s and is outlined with shikumen (石库门) complexes – a traditional style of Shanghai architecture that combines Western and Chinese characteristics. While ...
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History of Shanghai
Shanghai began to take shape during the Songze Culture, approximately 5,000 years ago. The area experience many vicissitudes during the Spring and ...
Shanghai Transport - Introduction
Shanghai is a busy regional transport hub, and is thus very easily reachable by air, land and sea. Its two international airports of Pudong ...
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