Shanghai was introduced to the West as the East's city of sin during its decadent turn as a foreign treaty port at the turn of the century. Today, it is one of China's most dynamic and modern cities. Even after hosting the World Expo in 2008, Shanghai hasn't slowed down, building some of the world's largest skyscrapers and hosting world events like the China F1 and Shanghai Rolex Masters. It's where East meets West and old meets new.
The Bund and its Art Deco and Neoclassical facades, is considered by many to be the face of Shanghai. Lined with ... >>
Shanghai's Yu Gardens, completed in 1577, are an excellent example of Ming-era Chinese garden design. Set amidst ... >>
400 m (437 yd) wide, the Huangpu River divides the city of Shanghai into the areas of Pudong and Puxi, and many famous ... >>
The water town of Zhujiajiao, founded over 1,700 years ago, is a wonderful window into China's past. Located on the ... >>
Wuzhen, located between Shanghai, Suzhou and Hangzhou, is a small but bright gem in the heart of the network of ... >>
For two of the year's best world-class sporting events held in Asia, head to Shanghai. Watch the giants of tennis serve ... >>