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Old Posted Jan 19, 2016, 6:52 AM
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Collections of skylines. Genuine horizontal city skylines represent rising China.

Collections of found city skylines.
Genuine horizontal skyline represent rising China.

↓Shanghai is indeed the biggest city. It is HUGE.

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↓Nanjing, an average big city close to Shanghai.

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↓Wuxi, an average medium city close to Shanghai.

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↓Guangzhou, boss of the southern giants.

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↓Another Guangzhou, it reminds me of Manhattan in a quick glance.

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↓Shenzhen, one of the major southern giants.

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↓Chongqing, one of the major southern giants.

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↓Dongguan, an average medium city in south. The city has cleaned its title and you will see nothing like as it was before.

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↓Tianjin, one of the major northern giants.

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↓Shenyang, one of the major northern giants.

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↓Beijing, capital of the nation. It beat Los Antos as the most polluted city in the world, but then it surely had some unpolluted time.

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Back in 2002 I visited China for the first time... I was prepared for what to expect in Shanghai thanks to this forum, but I'll never forget the ride into the centre of the city from Hongqiao Airport... the skyline just blew me away. It was incredible then just as it is now!
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Back in 2002 I visited China for the first time... I was prepared for what to expect in Shanghai thanks to this forum, but I'll never forget the ride into the centre of the city from Hongqiao Airport... the skyline just blew me away. It was incredible then just as it is now!
There were nothing but wheat fields in 2002. You sure it wasn't 2012?
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I miss the 90s and early 2000s, things were humble and innocent.
Now everything is of superficial impetuous prosperity.
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There were nothing but wheat fields in 2002. You sure it wasn't 2012?
Hongqiao Airport, not Pudong
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