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Lunar New Years – Part 1– Shanghai, China

For Lunar New Years (year of the Rabbit) I decided to go to Shanghai!

The first night, I went to Nanjing Road and to the Bund (Huangpu River)

The city was just soo bright! There were lights everywhere.

Apparently, the city was pretty empty. The first night on Nanjing Road was what I liked, and then the next day, it was super crowded where you couldn’t not bump into people as you were walking.

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The shopping area on Nanjing Road. It was pretty empty. Probably because it was late, everything was close, and it was a holiday.

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At The Bund (the west bank of the Huangpu River).

I think that’s Mao.

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The I <3 SH reminded me of the I <3 NY shirts.

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All the buildings were brightly lit. And most of them lit a yellow orange color.

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Some type of sculpture.

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I love reflections.

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That’s it for the first night in Shanghai.

That first night, we headed back to the Hotel around 10 pm. And there were just firewords going off everywhere. Fireworks are highly LEGAL in Shanghai, so everyone had them and firecrackers. So for a good 3-4 hours, they were going off non stop!

The next post will be the 2nd day in Shanghai. Where I went to People’s Square, did a little bit of shopping, walked down random roads, Jade Buddah temple, and a Jazz bar!

xoxo

Chrissy Kim

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