Say Hi To Shanghai Analysis

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Say Hi to Shanghai! (1) Shanghai is also called as “Hu” it is the largest city in China. This eastern part of China is considered as the most influential center in the economic, financial, cultural, international trade, science and technology aspect that is why it is considered as the international metropolis from all over the world. The new skyscrapers and old buildings have good combinations that draw the skyline of the city. Tourists can experience the perfect mixture of the past, present and future all at once, it has a blend of western and oriental culture. These are just some of the factors that make a tourist’s stay truly memorable and amusing. In the year 1930s Shanghai was one of the largest and most prosperous city in the Far East China. And now, in the past years, it has again become as one of the most attractive and…show more content…
It is believed that I was built as a private garden during the Ming Dynasty for the Pan Family. The stunning and unique layout, beautiful scenery and the artistic style of the garden’s architecture have made the garden to be one of the highlights and tourist attractions of Shanghai. The garden also showcases cultural relics that include the century-old furniture, calligraphic and painting works, clay sculptures and brick carvings and inscriptions and couplets. And also one of the highlights of the garden is the famous Exquisite Jade Rock. (6) Oriental Pearl Tower The Oriental Pearl tower is in Pudong Park of Lujiazui. The tower is 1,536 feet high that made it as second tallest tower in China and the sixth tallest in the whole world as a TV and radio tower. It is surrounded by the Yangpu and Nanpu Bridge that recreates a picture of a “twin dragons playing with pearls.” It also has a unique and beautiful architectural design that attracts thousands of tourists, and makes it as one of the most attractive and famous towers in the whole

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