Shanghai

Main Page
Korea
Seoul 2
Seoul 3
DMZ Zone
Schools
Shanghai
Shanghai 2
Shanghai 3
Xi'an
Xi'an 2
Beijing 1
Beijing 2
Beijing 3

 

Shanghai, China's largest city by population lies on the Huangpo River in the Yangtze River Delta. (photo by Don-Kun for Wikimedia Commons)

The Pudong skyline highlights the architectural achievements of modern Shanghai.

The Oriental Pearl Radio and TV Tower is the most distinctive landmark.

The Bund is a stretch of walkway along the bank of the Huangpu River with impressive city views.

There are 52 buildings along the Bund built during the early 20th century in Western style that once housed banks and trading houses in the International Settlement.

As elsewhere in China, rapid redevelopment is creating a building boom. 

Areas of Old Shanghai, the French Concession and Xintianda maintain the tradition of night markets.

Main Page | Korea | Seoul 2 | Seoul 3 | DMZ Zone | Schools | Shanghai | Shanghai 2 | Shanghai 3 | Xi'an | Xi'an 2 | Beijing 1 | Beijing 2 | Beijing 3

This site was last updated 03/27/16