My Vacation in China

I recently spent two weeks on vacation in China. I’d heard dramatic changes there since my last trip several years ago. My trip definitely confirmed these.

The following are several photos I took while visiting different places:

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The Shanghai high speed train station, the end of the world longest high speed railway from Beijing. It started operation on June 30, a week ago this photo was taken.

The speed display on a high speed train. I’ve tried high speed trains in Japan, Germany, France, and Spain. This is the best in terms of stability.

This is the only commercial magnet train in the world. I observed 431 km/h peak speed while heading to airport.

An ancient style street, which is only found in small part of modern cities mainly for tourists.

Don’t fooled by the statue. It’s live. Don’t be scared if you see him moving.

It’s a lake inside a famous park which is free to seniors these days. I felt lucky that I had to pay. :-)

A stone bridge in a historical park.

The night view of Shanghai financial district across Huangpu River. I wish I had tripod with me.

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  1. wangwei
    Posted July 21, 2011 at 3:27 am | Permalink

    I am wangwei from huaweisyamntec chengdu,its great vacation,I Have lived in Shanghai for seven years,so beautiful city

  2. Posted July 22, 2011 at 12:14 pm | Permalink

    Thanks Wei! Indeed.

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