Articles Tagged ‘Maglev’

Pudong: The Rising Star of Modern China

Pudong: The Rising Star of Modern China April 7, 2011 | What's New | Read More
Pudong/Lujiazui is an amazing, quickly-growing, business and finance center in Shanghai. It occupies the land on the East side of the Huangpu River, a river which now cuts Shanghai effectively in half. The Eastern side represents all that is modern, and is home to high rises, sky scrapers, large modern...

Shanghai Transportation, How to Use it, Where to Catch it, What it Costs

Shanghai Transportation, How to Use it, Where to Catch it, What it Costs August 18, 2010 | Travel Tips | Read More
Traveling in Shanghai, one of China’s most modern cities, is simple….once you get to know the system that is. Everything is designed to be efficient and fast—a necessity in a city with so many people. The Shanghai Metro. Taking the subway could hardly be easier. When you arrive in Shanghai you...

Shanghai-Pudong International Airport

Shanghai-Pudong International Airport April 13, 2010 | Things to Do, Travel Tips | Read More
Flying into the Shanghai Pudong International Airport is a rare traveling treat. Unlike the chaos of the Hong Kong Airport, or the uber security of Beijing, or even the tiny amusement of the Naha airport in Okinawa, the Shanghai-Pudong Airport is a joy to travel through. And it is the 3rd busiest airport...

How to visit Shanghai’s Pudong District

How to visit Shanghai’s Pudong District April 3, 2010 | Things to Do | Read More
If you are interested in visiting modern Shanghai, look no further than the business and finance district of Pudong to really experience all the area has to offer you’ll need some inside information from a local expert. Having worked in Pudong for the past year in the famous JinMao Tower, once the...

Shanghai’s Five Most Quirky Modes of Transportation

Shanghai’s Five Most Quirky Modes of Transportation March 24, 2010 | Things to Do | Read More
Metro Map The Subway: If you’ve ever been in a haunted house then you’ll find the subway system of Shanghai pleasingly similar. Each subway terminal is different and unique, with creative and cultural art and quirky, winding exits that can run for dozens of meters underground before emerging at some...