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  • EARLY ERA

    Founded in the 10th century, the city was located in a swampy area east of Suzhou. Until 1127, Shanghai was a small market town of 12,000 households. That year, however Kaifeng was conquered and many refugees came to Shanghai. As a result, the city s…

        October, 7th 2011 (11:07 AM) |  0 Reviews  |  446 Visits  |  0 Rates  | Tell a friend |  By BRUCE  

  • HISTORY OF SHANGHAI

    During the Qing Dynasty, Shanghai became one of the most important sea ports in the Yangtze Delta region as a result of two important central government policy changes: First, Emperor Kangxi QWGFDDDDDDDGSAHkmJui UIIn 1854, the Shanghai Municipal Coun…

        August, 29th 2011 (12:02 PM) |  0 Reviews  |  484 Visits  |  0 Rates  | Tell a friend |  By BRUCE  

  • SHANGHAI PHOTOS

    Clockwise from top: A view of the Pudong skyline, Yuyuan Garden, China Pavilion along with the Expo Axis, Neon Sign at Nanjing Road, and The Bund in Puxi

        November, 10th 2010 (11:12 AM) |  0 Reviews  |  1479 Visits  |  0 Rates  | Tell a friend |  By RENZO  

  • SHANGHAI VIDEOS

    Shanghai Videos

        November, 10th 2010 (11:10 AM) |  0 Reviews  |  1006 Visits  |  0 Rates  | Tell a friend |  By RENZO  

  • OTHER INFORMATION

    Country  China Settled 5th-7th century Incorporated – Town 751  – County 1292  – Municipality July 7, 1927 Divisions – County-level – Township-level 18 districts, 1 county220 towns and villages Government  – Type Mu…

        November, 10th 2010 (11:05 AM) |  0 Reviews  |  1163 Visits  |  0 Rates  | Tell a friend |  By RENZO  

  • SHANGHAI WEATHER

    Shanghai has a humid subtropical climate (K?ppen Cfa) and experiences four distinct seasons. In winter, cold northerly winds from Siberia can cause nighttime temperatures to drop below freezing, although most years there are only one or two days of s…

        November, 10th 2010 (10:56 AM) |  0 Reviews  |  1042 Visits  |  0 Rates  | Tell a friend |  By RENZO  

  • SHANGHAI RESTAURANTS

    xiao?l?ng?bao? (???, lit. buns from the little steaming cage; fig. steamed dumpling). Probably the most famous Shanghai dish: small steamed buns – often confused for dumplings – come full of tasty (and boiling hot!) broth inside with a dab of meat to…

        November, 10th 2010 (10:50 AM) |  0 Reviews  |  1274 Visits  |  0 Rates  | Tell a friend |  By RENZO  

  • SHANGHAI FOOD

    Shanghai’s cuisine, like its people and culture, is primarily a fusion of the forms of the surrounding Jiangnan region, with influences sprinkled in more recently from the farther reaches of China and elsewhere. Characterized by some as sweet and oil…

        November, 10th 2010 (10:48 AM) |  0 Reviews  |  1383 Visits  |  0 Rates  | Tell a friend |  By RENZO  

  • SHANGHAI TOURS

    Culinary Tours -by- Edible Adventures. “A window on China’s food culture and in turn, an exploration of culture through food.” Expert guides, tailored tours, and sensory delight!Shanghai Sideways. Tour on a vintage 1930’s sidecar motorbike. Flexible …

        November, 10th 2010 (10:44 AM) |  0 Reviews  |  1383 Visits  |  0 Rates  | Tell a friend |  By RENZO  

  • SHANGHAI SPORTS

    Shanghai Sports and Activities BasketballBasketball Pickup GamesDescription: Organizes basketball games for expats in Shanghai.Address: Shanghai, China Bowling Shanghai Bowling Club Description: Organizes regular bowling nights for expats.Address: Sh…

        November, 10th 2010 (10:41 AM) |  0 Reviews  |  1397 Visits  |  0 Rates  | Tell a friend |  By RENZO  

 
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