The river cruise is an important traditional tourist item in Shanghai. The Huangpu River is the mother river of Shanghai.
Established in 1930 with original name Nanjing Grand Theater, the Shanghai Concert Hall is the first theater to screen foreign films; the first run of it is the musical film Broadway of Universal Studios.
Shanghai is a city in which people love hairy crab very much. When autumn comes, the Shanghainese will have a hairy crab feast.
Shanghai, like many of the world’s major cities, offers many mementos for you to take home with you.
Shanghai has two commercial airports: Hongqiao International and Pudong International, the latter of which has the third highest traffic in China.
Shanghai is situated where the Yangtze River joins the East China Sea.
Located in the middle point of China's coastline from north to south, Shanghai is not only the largest port city on the Chinese mainland.
According to the Administrative Law of the People’ s Republic of China on Entry and Exit of Foreigners, foreigners entering China should apply for a visa.
Shanghai has an extensive public transport system, largely based on buses, taxis, and a rapidly expanding metro system.