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Sunday 28th of November 2004 06:51:36 AM
Life in Shanghai: Hi,

Can anyone describe life in Shanghai? Differents between city center and suburbs. How much it costs? Are there many places to work? How hard is to find a job?
Are there any interesting places, which should be visited?

Saturday 01st of January 2005 02:31:00 PM
Life in ShangHai: I am not a Chinese living in ShangHai, but I heard of many things about it. What impress me most is the skin color of ShangHai girl is very white. The reason is there are too many bleaching powder in their tap water.

Lol :-D

Saturday 19th of March 2005 01:44:23 PM
Haw-Haw,The reason is there are too many bleaching powder in their tap waterit is a joke.the ShangHai girls' skins is while,but not while than western.And the reason which them like a white skin is it looks beautiful as them consider.
I didn't know everything in ShangHai,But I know the price of rent house is the hightest in China,it even highter than BeiJing.ShanHai is one of the most beautiful citys in China ,particularly in the evening.I think it is not hard to find a job if your English is fluent and you can take the charge of being a language teacher.In all,ShangHai is a international city.

Tuesday 22nd of March 2005 08:51:04 AM
Shanghai, an open city on the coast and a famous historical and cultural city, is a gate to the Yangtze River delta. It is a municipality under the direct jurisdiction of the Central Government, the largest economic and trade center, a comprehensive industrial base and the leading port in China.
  Shanghai is well known in the world not only for its prosperous cosmopolitan feature but also for its rich humanistic resources. In recent years, a number of modem buildings have been added to the city, such as the Oriental Pearl TV Tower, Shanghai Museum, Shanghai Library, Shanghai Stadium, Shanghai Grand Theatre, Shanghai Circus City, Shanghai City-Planning Exhibition Hall and Jin Mao Tower, Shanghai Science & Technology Museum. They have become new scenic sights in Shanghai. Colorful festivities, like Shanghai Tourism Festival and Shanghai China International Art Festival, have attracted an increasing number of tourists from home and overseas.
  Shanghai's tourist infrastructure is getting more and more accomplished. By the end of 2002, there were 40 international travel services, 524 domestic travel services and 300 star-rated hotels with about 50,000 rooms. Shanghai is an ideal "paradise for shoppers". There are commercial streets and shopping areas like the famous Nanjing Road Pedestrian Mall, Huaihai Road, Sichuan Bei Road, Yuyuan Commercial and Tourist Area, the Ever Bright Commercial City, Xujiahui Commercial City and Zhangyang Road Commercial City in Pudong. There, shops stand rows upon rows with large collections of beautiful commodities, meeting the needs of tourists of different levels. Shanghai is also the paradise for gourmets. There are over a thousand restaurants serving the 16 different styles of food in China, such as the Beijing, Sichuan, Guangdong, Yangzhou, Fujian, etc. There are Western restaurants serving French, Russian, Italian, English, German, Japanese and Indian food and also Muslim and vegetarian food. In Shanghai, one can have a taste of all the delicacies in the world. Shanghai is well developed in communications by land, water and air. There are over 40 Chinese and foreign air companies opening about 300 air routes dispatching from Shanghai. Shanghai Railway Station dispatches everyday 80 pairs of trains back and forth from Shanghai. There are the Shanghai-Nanjing, Shanghai-Hangzhou-Ningbo Freeways. The Pudong International Airport has opened for traffic. Its annual passenger transport volume will be 20,000,000 person/times. Plus that of the Hongqiao International Airport, it will be 30,000,000 person/times. Subways No.1 and 2 and the light-rail first phase project are in operation. Together with the 10 special tour bus lines connecting Shanghai with neighbouring tourist areas, they will render faster service and more convenience in urban communications to tourists. Recently, the magnetic buoyant train has been opened to the public. It offers travelers a zero height of flight at 430 km/hr.
  On Dec. 3, 2002, Shanghai succeeded in winning the bid for the sponsorship of World Expo 2010. The world has given China a share of luck and Shanghai will add more splendor to the world Shanghai is ushering in excellent opportunities for development. People of Shanghai warmly welcome visitors from home and overseas.

Sunday 12th of June 2005 05:20:04 PM
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Wednesday 03rd of May 2006 11:34:59 AM
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Wednesday 07th of June 2006 03:17:25 PM
I'm a chinese guy who now work in Shanghai.
Shanghai is the city which has the most numbers of aliens in China. Many of them work in urban for business and commerce,and some work in suburb for management in fabrication plant... I suppose they do every kind of job like in their motherlands. The average rent in city center is about 50 per square meter each month,it is also determined by blocks.I bet the urban life is noisier,more and more people choose living in suburb.

Thursday 26th of July 2007 12:32:53 AM
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