Shanghai became semi-colonial in early 1930s, as a result of several international
After Japan was defeated, in 1949, Shanhai came under communist control,
and continued up to present.
This photography was taken in May 2013.
The city planning map of shanghai in 1935
Shanghai is the largest city by population in the People's Republic of
China. It is one of the four province-level
municipalities of China, with a total population of over 23 million as
of 2010. It is a global city, with influence
in commerce, culture, finance, media, fashion, technology, and transport.
It is a major financial center and
the busiest container port in the world.It is located in the Yangtze River
Delta in East China. Shanghai sits at
the mouth of Yangtze River in the middle portion of the Chinese coast.
Shanghai is a popular tourist destination
renowned for its historical landmarks such as The Bund, City God Temple
and Yu Garden, as well as the extensive
and growing Lujiazui skyline. It has been described as the "showpiece"
of the booming economy of mainland China.
Satellite photo of the urban area of Shanghai.
Yangtze River Delta
The aircraft from Narita to Shanghai is carrying air of Tokyo. The number
of passengers and the number of stewardess are
almost equal. This may be resulted of highly pathogenic avian influenza
and a tense relationship between Japan and China.
(L) A control tower of the Pudong International Airport (R) A welcome board
of the Pudong International Airport
(L) No-smoking sign posted at the airport (R) Check-in counter lobby of
the Pudong International Airport
(L) A long corridor to the railway station (R) A signboard at Metro station
of Pudong International Airport
The Bund is a waterfront area in central Shanghai. The area centres on
a section of East-1 Zhongshan Road
within the former Shanghai International Settlement, which runs along the
western bank of the Huangpu River,
facing Pudong, in the eastern part of Huangpu District. The Bund usually
refers to the buildings and wharves
on this section of the road, as well as some adjacent areas. It is one
of the most famous tourist destinations
in Shanghai. Building heights are restricted in this area.
A morning mist in the Bund, Shanghai
A night view of the Bund, the former international concessions
(L) Impersonation country, China: The Shanghai's Bund Bull that was placed
in 2010. (R) A morning view of the Bund in Shanghai
Heritage architectures on the East-1 Zhonghan Road
(L) This photo shows Garden Bridge over Suzhou Creek and Broadway Mansions
(R) The Peace Hotel, formerly known as Sassoon House, one of the most famous
buildings on the Bund.
The Garden Bridge over Suzhou Creek is illuminated with various colors.
(L) Shanghai's Nanjing Road in the 1930s.
(R) Two women wear Shanghai styled qipao, a traditional one piece-Chinese
dress for women, seen in ad.of a soap. 1930s.
Jiujiang Road, Shanghai in 1920s, when the city was the center of national
Nanjing Road, the main shopping street in Shanghai
Nanjing Road, one of the most bussiest streets of the world
Nanjing Road pedestrian mall, perhaps the busiest retail street in the
city, in the Huangpu district
A police is patrolling all the way of Nanjing Road.
Nanjing Road pedestrian mall and a building with a giant thermometer on
(L) People's Square (R) The apple shop in the Nanjing Road pedestrian mall
Many brand shops along the West Nanjing Road
(L) People are gathering to play a card-plying at a garden of People's
(R) East Nanjing Road
$BN&2HS\(B Lujiazui is a peninsula formed by a bend in the Huangpu River. Since the
early 1990s.Lujiazui has
been developed specifically as a new financial district of Shanghai. The
decision to earmark Lujiazui for
this purpose reflects its location: it is located on the east side of the
Huangpu River in Pudong, and sits
directly across the river from the old financial and business district
of the Bund. Lujiazui is a national-level
development zone designated by the government. In 2005, the State Council
reaffirmed the positioning
of the 31.78 squ km Lujiazui area as the only finance and trade zone among
the 185 state-level development
zones in mainland China.
(L) Tall building complex at Lujiazui (R) Entrance to the SWFC Observatory
(L) An intermediate floor of the Center welcome visitors to the 100th observation
(R) Jin Mao Tower, Shanghai World Financial Center and Shanghai Tower under
The Shanghai Tower will be the tallest building in China, and the second-tallest
in the world, surpassed only by the Burj Khalifa in Dubai.
(L) An admission ticket shows the highest level of Shanghai World Financial
(R) The observation deck, Sky-Walk on the 100th floor at height of 474
m of the Shanghai World Financial Center:
The building was financed by Japanese, Chinese and Hong Kong banks, as
well as by the Japanese developer and American
and European investors.
A panoramic view of Lujiazui and Bund from the 94th Sky-Arena
(L) Jin Mao Tower and Shanghai World Financial Center (R) Shanghai World
Financial Center at night
Lujiazui skyline, Pudong
The Bund rail tunnel for a tourist connects Lujiazui and Bund districts,
A morning mist in Shanghai: The Shanghai Tower under construction is in
Yu Garden or Yuyuan Garden is an extensive Chinese garden, which is located
in the southwest of Bund,
Shanghai. Yu Garden was first conceived in 1559 during the Ming Dynasty
by Yunduan. A group of merchants
renovated the increasingly decrepit grounds in 1760 and in 1780, and the
West Garden was opened to the
general public. The gardens suffered damage at numerous times during the
19th century. During the First
Opium War, British army used a teahouse as a base of operations. The gardens
were again partly destructed
by the war with Japanese in 1942, before being repaired by Shanghai government
from 1956 to 1961.
They were opened to the public in 1961 and declared a national monument
(L) The entrance rock to the park (R) Renovated commercial building of
Commercial buildings in the former Nanshi district
(L) Commercial buildings in the former Nanshi district (R) A paper cutout
work by a cute Chinese woman
Song Yun Tower in Yu Garden
Pond and Dianchun Hall in Yu Garden: Youmust cross a zigzag bridge so you
donnot bring evil sprits with you.
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(L) No-smoking sign at Yu Garden (R) An unique cina liquor bottle cutting
Yu Garden, Shabghai
(L) An exquisite jade rock and a pavillion (R) There were many group tour
conducted for an English or German speaking group.
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in the large pond
Bund Tunnel, Shanghai for Tourists
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The article was written and photograph was taken in May 2013, by Junhaku
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