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Shanghai, a wonderful city

The introduction of Shanghai to students in Perth
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Joyce Wu

on 13 August 2010

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Shanghai, a WONDERFUL city
Shanghai, widely regarded as the citadel of China's modern economy, also serves as one of the nation's most important cultural, commercial, financial, industrial and communications centers.

Originally a fishing town, Shanghai is currently one of China's most important cities. The city often reflects the pop culture, intellectual advances and political systems of the Republic. In the late nineteenth century and early twentieth century, Shanghai was the third largest financial center in the world, ranking after New York City and London, and the largest commercial city in the Far East.
Details In 11th century, began as a fishing village .
In Mid-18th century, was an important area for growing cotton.
In 1800s, was becoming the largest city in China.
In 1949, was liberated and administrated under the Communist Chinese government.
In 1978, Deng Xiaopeng's open door policy allowed for the advancement back to being an international force in business and finance.
In 1990s, developed quickly to become a new metropolitan city region in China.
In 2010, hosts the World Expo.
Shanghai literally means the city by the sea. Shanghai is situated at 31°14' north latitude and 121° 29'east, on the west shore of the Pacific Ocean.
The city is divided into two parts by the Huangpu River: Puxi (west of the Huangpu River) and Pudong (east of the Huangpu River). Puxi is the older part of the city and hosts the majority of shops, restaurants and museums. Pudong is the modern part, and is recognized for its rather unusual yet extremely impressive high-rises such as Shanghai's tallest buildings, the Shanghai International Financial Center, Jinmao Building and the Oriental Pearl TV Tower.
Due to constant inflow of people from other parts of the country, the size of population in Shanghai keeps growing. Before Shanghai was liberated in 1949, it only had a population of 5.2 million. By the end of 2007, Shanghai's population of residents with permanent residence registration had grown to 13.7886 million, representing 1% of China 's total.
West of the the Shanghai Bund locating
dozens of historical buildings, lining the
Huangpu River, that once housed
numerous banks and trading houses from
the United Kingdom, France, the United
States, Italy, Russia, Germany, Japan, the
Netherlands and Belgium,and so on. In the evening,
after all lights on, it is fantastic to see so many buildings in
different styles with great attraction.

Standing by the Bund, you can find a different view - quite a lot modern buildings, such as Jinmao Tower, Shanghai Oriental Pearl TV Tower and Shanghai World Financial Center, which are three of the highest buildings
in China, even in the world. The buildings
all represent the height and the fast
development of Shanghai.
The garden was first established in 1559 as a private garden created by Pan Yunduan, who spent almost 20 years building a garden to please his father Pan En, a high-ranking official in the Ming Dynasty, during his father's old age.However, the garden was damaged seriously by the Japanese in 1942. They were repaired by the Shanghai government from 1956–1961, opened to the public in 1961, and declared a national monument in 1982.

Today, Yu Garden has been one of the most wonderful tourist attractions in Shanghai because of local food there and its historic buildings. It occupies an area of 2 hectares (5 acres), and is divided into six general areas laid out in the Suzhou style:
·Grand Rockery
·Heralding Spring Hall
·Inner Garden
·Jade Magnificence Hall
·Lotus Pool
·Ten Thousand-Flower Tower
The Shanghai Oriental Art Center is one of the leading performing arts and cultural facilities in Shanghai and China and was designed by French architect Paul Andreu.

As a landmark building, Shanghai Oriental Art Center was officially opened at the end of 2004 and has come to symbolize the growth of western and traditional art forms in China in recent years. Various cultural and musical performances are currently held in the center, including the 2005 Berlin Philharmonic Orchestra Shanghai Concert LOADING....... The Shanghai Disneyland Resort Project Application Report for the Pudong, Shanghai was submitted by Walt Disney Parks and Resorts, and was approved by the Chinese government on November 4, 2009. It is said that the resort is planned to be operational by 2013 Tourist Attractions in Shanghai Expo 2010 Shanghai China is being held on both banks of the Huangpu River in the city of Shanghai, China, from May 1 to October 31, 2010. It is a World Expo in the tradition of international fairs and expositions. The theme of the exposition is "Better City – Better Life" and signifies Shanghai's new status in the 21st century as the "next great world city". It is the most expensive Expo in the history of the world's fairs. The Shanghai World Expo is also the largest World's Fair site ever at 5.28 square km. Welcome to
SHANGHAI ^^
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