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How far is Antai College of Economics and Management (Jiao Tong University) from the Bund/Pudong? Walkable? I am staying near the former (conference early June).
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I am not sure but you can look at the google map see how far it is!
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^^ it's not in walking distance. but you can take subway line 10 from Shanghai Jiaotong university station, pass 6 stops and get off on Nanjing East Street station (the bund). It's pretty convenient.
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Thanks! much appreciated. I think I will get to know that line very well, because I plan on spending as much time as possible at the Bund.
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Is it true that there are lots of gypsies on the Bund?
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