The ancient town of Shanghai Xichang was originally the south of Xiasha salt farm, which was the place for civil seawater to bask in salt at that time.
Duolun Street is carefully decorated street, with a lot of colourful and beautiful flowers in the street and square.
This is the second-largest Starbucks restaurant in the world. The best place to enjoy a cup of coffee.
An impression of the life in Zhujiajio Historical Watertow. This is in the Shanghai area and you can go there with the metro train.
The Normandy Apartment building is one of the masterpieces of the legendary Hungarian-Slovak architect László Hudec.
The Confucius Temple in Shanghai is a quiet place, surrounded by modern skyscrapers. On Sunday you can also visit the weekly book market.
These photos are taken in January 2020 when I was visiting the Grand Canion in Urumqi. As you can see it was real winter with a lot of snow and very cold temperature.
Anyi Road is located between Changde Road and Tongren Road. It is a small quite lane tucked away near the Jing’an Kerry Center.
Every weekend a large group of parents and sometimes even grandparents gather in the famous People’s Park, in People’s Square in the centre of Shanghai.
Like in Beijing, Shanghai also has a tightly packed alleyways structure called longtangs (弄堂, lòngtáng). In Beijing these areas are called hutongs.