Day 2 of Lunar New years, I went to People’s Square. I think it was People’s Square anyways (got off at the subway stop that said People’s Square and followed the signs).
Something that everyone learned on this trip, people don’t mind getting their pictures taken. They’ll even pose, or pose their children for the photo.
I think its really interesting the way people dress up their children. They bundle them all up, but then there is an open flap at the butt. You can kind of tell that this baby has one, because you can see its diaper poking out from the bottom.
My favorite part- stores! I only bought Jasmine tea for my family here. There were soo many people!
A little girl on her dad’s shoulder eating cotton candy. The cotton candy covers her whole face!
It’s the year of the Rabbit.
I was wondering if it looked like this all year round, or just for the New Year week.
I had to include this picture because I was in Color Guard in high school, so it just brought back some memories.
These toys are pretty popular, even in Korea. I see these things getting sold wherever they sell children’s toys. Its inflatable. I guess it’s like dragging a pet.
A little kid playing with a rubrics cube on the sidewalk.
Hmm… I wonder what this guy is selling..
He’s selling fur.
I really wanted to eat street food, but the last time I was in China, I was the only one that got street food and got sick.. So i decided not to eat anything off the street.
Outside of a restaurant, a little boy eating noodles!
Back to Nanjing Road. There was a building and it’s window display was an aquarium. There were sharks and turtles and fish
Now this is how the street is supposed to look like (not like the night before).
There’s still some more photos from my Shanghai trip to come!