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Shanghai World Financial Center

June 10th, 2013

Shanghai World Financial CenterBuilt as the second tallest skyscraper in mainland China with 101 floors and a height of 492 meters, the SWFC strives to attract the business from all over the world.  The building offers first class financial center services and facilities. It is a place for monetary talents, various exhibitions and an uninterrupted stream of information. A visitor to the center can use its luxury hotel, meeting facilities, conference rooms and admire the view from the sightseeing floor situated 474 meters above the ground. Read more

Made in China

February 6th, 2013

Made in ChinaAre Chinese products poor quality? This is the common opinion, but the reality is more complex. Low-cost Chinese production have led in recent years, many reputable companies to shift production to the Middle State, which on the one hand, in some cases, led to a reduction in their quality, but on the other hand led to a general improve the quality of Chinese products leaving the factory. However, the Chinese production is not determined by a standard of quality. Read more

Shanghai city of splendor

January 29th, 2013

Shanghai city of splendorBeijing, London, Sydney, Paris, Singapore, Bangkok, Hong Kong, even – let them hide. Shanghai is great. Extremely rich. Electrified. Enslaves. Shocks. Court. Draws implicitly. Everywhere are woven plane trees, palm trees, even pines.

Shanghai shocks with its architecture. Modern, but with taste. Like a luxury, but everything fits. People are nice. Smiling. A large part of them speaks English.

Tourists often feel like little boys in the big toy store. However, getting to know China better, it is concluded that Shanghai is not exactly a fairy tale. It simply is the international part of China. Shanghai in recent history has never been entirely Chinese city. Read more

Shanghai by night

January 17th, 2013

Shanghai by nightShanghai by night surprised me. Totally not what I expected, it’s a bit like London’s Soho in the sixties, full of life, love and music with the only problem was their language, but that wasn’t too hard to solve thanks to a Shanghai escort, which was the solution. In actual fact she was my key to paradise, in all places in Shanghai?! Read more