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... and land values in nearby areas, as well as to reconcile the promotion of 'colonial relics' with Socialist ideology. From 2008, a major reconfiguration of traffic flow along the Bund was carried out. After a 33-month upgrade, the Bund was reopened to visitors on March 28, 2010. The veil on the new Bund was finally lifted. After the reconstruction, most transit vehicles which originally got through the ground level roads began to make their way through the new ...
I have never been to China and wanted Shanghai to be my first impression of the country. When I think of China I think history but also futurism. Shanghai did not disappoint in that aspect. The city is huge and the skyscrapers are as futuristic as they come. One has to ignore the humidity and the sometimes awful smells of the city streets but Shanghai was definitely worth the visit. This is China's largest city and by most accounts the largest city in the World, how could anyone miss ...
... a little under the weather. Besides, I’m not going to lie…I get really anxious if we’re not safely ensconced where we’re supposed to be when it’s time to leave. Mike impressed on all of us that the bus will not wait. I’m not taking any chances. Tim and Susan make it back with time to spare and they regale us with tales of the mall, Mir’s ability to get ...
After the first of four planned overnight smelly and shaky train journeys we arrived in Chinas most western (people not geography) city – Shanghai. The journey here from Beijing took 14 hours and we travelled ‘hard sleeper class’ meaning 6 bunks to an open compartment. This means you get to experience the other 70 people in the car quite well as they move up and down to the hot water boiler at one end of the ...
... hum it for as long as I could remember it lol. Bizarre. Having bought an Expo t-shirt as a practical souvenir and a delicious ice-cream, we realised that we were running late (10.30pm-ish), as in the metro shuts stupidly early in Shanghai, so we ran for the last metro and having planned to get up at 5.30am for Fuxing Park, headed back for an early night. Poor Monica though, she had been walking around all day in sodden trainers and not mentioned a thing – ...
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