When people talk about Shanghai, it is all about its modernness. Shanghai is a fascinating mix of East and West. In Shanghai, you can find the historic houses that blend the styles of Chinese houses with European design flair, and it has one of the richest collections of Art Deco buildings in the world.
To me, Shanghai is like a forest, a forest of buildings. Back to early 2000, when I first visited Shanghai, walking between the tall buildings in Pudong, it already made me feel dizzy. As time went on, the city expanded and became the largest and the most developed metropolis in Mainland China.
My stay in Shanghai was not very long. The major place I toured is Pudong financial and commercial district. Shanghai is a very vivid city. Over 24 million people live in this city and there are just so many things going on every day. Lifestyle in Shanghai is fast. People moving fast towards their working places as if once they slowed down, they will be eliminated by this city. Looking down to the busy street, I just wondered what if I am a member of this city? Can I survive in this stressful and competitive society?
Besides these, Shanghai is still an amazing city to visit in China. As more and more businesses land their feet in Shanghai, you can find everything you can imagine, and even some you can’t. Day life and night life are both exciting. This city never sleeps.