Shanghai

Today beauty and charm coexist with kitsch and commercialism. From the colonial architecture of the Former French Concession to the forest of cranes and the neon-lit high-rises of Pudong, Shanghai is a city of paradox and change.

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  • 1. Moller Villa

    Jing'an | Historic Home

    Built by Swedish shipping magnate Eric Moller in 1936, this massive villa resembles a fairy-tale castle. It's a surprising sight when you come...Read More

  • 2. Site of the First National Congress of the Communist Party

    City Center | Historic Home

    The secret meeting on July 31, 1921 that marked the first National Congress was held at the Bo Wen Girls' School, where 13 delegates from Marxist...Read More

  • 3. Soong Qing-ling's Former Residence

    French Concession | Historic Home

    A daughter of the prominent Soong family, Soong Qing-ling (also known as Madame Sun Yat-sen) was first a Nationalist and then a Communist. Her...Read More

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