working day and night, bringing the city to its fame.
Some sort of ritual. unfortunately, don't know details
I like to explore cities in depth, not just the touristy bits. And so it happened I found myself in this neighbourhood. First I thought it is just abandoned ruins, but walking further, turned up as a place with many residents. Um, yep. Not everything in Shanghai is bright and shiny.
Second before I raised my camera to take a this pic, there was a man smoking in the window.
This rusted train is a part of a redevelopment of an old port. If plans will go on, it will be fixed.
This old plant already has a new purpose, it is a great museum
Local parks are cool.
enough said there.
To get around, I used mostly bikes.
Another cool and convenient way to get around are boats...
...and in this aspect, I got a treat of treats. Cruising on a yacht up the China's Grand Canal. pictured nearby Shaobozhen. Which also points out to...