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Shanghai, on the bund, 26-5 2012.
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on the bund -2

That's a beautiful old skyscraper on the left, so I went digging for more info: Broadway Mansions
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Just to say that I was totally blown away by Shanghai. Took a trillion photos. will post some in a thread when I get off my lazy ass.
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The modern conservative is engaged in one of man's oldest exercises in moral philosophy; that is, the search for a superior moral justification for selfishness. John Kenneth Galbraith
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Can't wait too see your Shanghai photos !!!
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They are photoshoped!
Most of the day Shanghai is dark and dull, don't expect too much!
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tourists in shanghai bund May 2012
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Shanghai Pudong skyline @ 21-07-2012
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There's a bright full moon hanging in Shanghai bund!

Happy Mid-Autumn Festival!

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View Shanghai skyscrapers from the Shanghai World Financial Center Observatory
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^thanks for posting. I have a pile from SWFC but the visibility was quite poor when I was there.
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Do you know what's the name of this honeycomb skyscraper?
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Hello Shanghai!
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Blue sky in Lujiazui Centery Plaza @ 2-12-2012
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