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[26 Apr 2010 | Comments Off on Top 10 Attractions in Shanghai Besides World Expo 2010 | 2,480 views]
Top 10 Attractions in Shanghai Besides World Expo 2010

I know some of our readers are planning to visit Shanghai for World Expo 2010 (Big Picture by Boston.com). Despite some congestion, overcrowded pavilions and long queues right now, I am sure the Expo will be one of unforgettable events in your life time. However, as the largest and wealthiest city in China, Shanghai has many other attractions you might not want to miss.

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[25 Apr 2010 | Comments Off on Kaleidoscopic Shanghai Through the Lens of Wolfgang Staudt | 195 views]
Kaleidoscopic Shanghai Through the Lens of Wolfgang Staudt

I was searching for images for an upcoming post about attractions in Shanghai when I found these stunning images by a German photographer – Wolfgang Staudt – on Flickr. I’d like to share with you here:

To view all 171 (as of 04/24/2010) Shanghai tagged images by Wolfgang Staudt on Flickriver.

Museum »

[22 Apr 2010 | Comments Off on Lotus and Crane Rectangular Pots: Spirit of New Era | 762 views]
Lotus and Crane Rectangular Pots: Spirit of New Era

This pair of pots are relics unearthed in 1923 at the Great Tomb of King of Zheng State in Xinzheng, Henan Province. Their design and patterns are almost identical to each other. One of them is now at its home province – Henan Museum; the other one is at The Palace Museum in Beijing.

Carnival »

[19 Apr 2010 | One Comment | 714 views]
China Carnival #13: Costa Rica, Novel Travel …

Welcome to the April 19, 2010 edition of china carnival. We have 6 post today (one might be broken). Some highlights: Tom praises hard working Chinese workers in Latin-Timed Costa Rica; Zhu tells her “crazy” job experience in Hong Kong when she was only 18; Mike shares three online resources for learning Chinese. Please enjoy!

Misc »

[16 Apr 2010 | One Comment | 175 views]
ChinaBlog.cc Interviewed at Wandering Educators

I am very happy to let you know that I was interviewed by Jessie at WanderingEducators.com (WE).

WE is a global community of educators, sharing travel experiences. The Editors at WE are an eclectic group of global and traveling educators, bent on sharing our passion for travel with like-minded individuals.