Destination Shanghai
Shanghai serves as a window providing the rest of the world with a glimpse of China's development. The past three decades witnessed China's opening up to the outside world—and Shanghai has played a vanguard role in this process
Shanghai's visage is evidence of the city's global connections, proudly displaying Shanghai's past and present, and providing visitors with a look into the city's promising future
Episode One: The Waibaidu Bridge
A good place to start any day of sightseeing in Shanghai is Waibaidu Bridge—a river overpass still in use today that has witnessed Shanghai's development from a small commerce hub into a modern financial center
Episode Two: The Shiliupu Dock
With a history of 150 years, Shiliupu Dock used to be the largest in Asia. It also served as Shanghai's door to the outside world
Episode Three: The Bund
The Bund—the most renowned Shanghai landmark—is home to a variety of architectural styles that add to the landscape along the Huangpu River
Episode Four: Chenghuang Temple & Yu Garden
When lunchtime rolls around, there's no better place to eat than Chenghuang Temple near Yu Garden—and there's no better snack to indulge in than small steamed buns
Episode Five: Tianzifang
A great way to spend the afternoon after a hearty lunch is a stroll through Tianzifang, an art street rebuilt in a labyrinth of narrow passages and old stone houses
Episode Six: The Bust of Alexander Pushkin
The Russian influence on the city can be seen in structures such as the Russian Consulate on the bank of the Huangpu River and the stone sculpture of the great poet Alexander Pushkin on Yueyang Road
Episode Seven: Shanghai World Financial Center
Now, in Lujiazui, stands the tallest tower on the Chinese mainland—the Shanghai World Financial Center
Episode Eight: Riverside Avenue
The modern avenue compliments the classic architecture of the Bund area
Episode Nine: Xintiandi
Entertainment and culture come together nicely in Xintiandi, an area of Eastern and Western design, to form a tourist hot spot as well as a relaxing place for local residents
Episode Ten: Nanjing Road
The impressive Nanjing Road is magnified by the colorful neon lights of a large number of high-rise buildings
Episode Eleven: Hengshan Road
Hengshan Road offers travelers an alternative to the upscale Xintiandi. The road and adjacent streets are full of stylish entertainment establishments
-Old Bund, New Look
-Shanghai Landmarks
-A Cultural Feast
-Tips on the Latest Technology
-Go Pavilions!
-Shanghai Xin Tian Di
-3-Day Trip Tips for Expo Visitors
-Shanghai Airport
-Shanghai Expo Culture Center
-Cruising to the Expo
-A Smooth Expo
-Waibaidu Bridge: Recording Shanghai's Bittersweet Memories
-That's Shanghai
-Economic Development
-A Long Love Affair
-The Man behind Tianzifang
-Shanghai Museum
-The Bund
-St. John's University: For Light and Truth
NO. 18, 2010
-The Expo Comes to Life
-A Committed City
-Shanghai Keeps Its Cool
NO. 19, 2009
-A Thousand Views of the Bund
-Expo's a Go!
-A Long Love Affair
NO. 29, 2007
-A Tale of Two Cities
-Shanghai Through Foreigners' Eyes
-Shanghai Bridging Dreams and Reality
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