Saturday, December 17, 2011

A Week in Pudong

We are back in Minhang after spending a week in Pudong (the east bank of the Huangpu River) with friends and relatives. Pudong, formerly an agricultural backwater, has been transformed into the financial center of Shanghai with magnificent bridges and glittering towers; however, our stay was a purely pleasure visit with friends and family.

We borrowed bikes from Sun-Ling's sister and rode along the canals where we encountered both old ways and construction of new office buildings.







Another day we walked down to the Huangpu River and enjoyed the view of the Yangpu Bridge and the waterfront.





But the highlight was spending time with Sun-Ling's nephews.


2 comments:

Kathy said...

Chinese fishing nets! How cool - I've only seen them in India. And is that Monopoly?

john said...

Yep, It's the Disney Pixar edition of Monopoly. Loads of fun!