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. Xintiandi

    Xintiandi | Store/Mall

    By World War II, more than two-thirds of Shanghai's residents lived in a shikumen (stone gatehouse). Most have been razed in the name of progress...Read More

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  • 2. Grand Theater

    City Center | Store/Mall

    The spectacular front wall of glass shines as brightly as the star power in this magnificent theater. Its three stages present the best domestic...Read More

  • 3. Tianzifang

    French Concession | Business District

    If Xintiandi is the government's orderly, sanitized shikumen restoration project, Tianzifang is the opposite. The former residential district...Read More

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