Shanghai is the largest and most developed city in China, the country's main center for finance and fashion, and one of the world's most populous and important cities.

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The French Concession is the area of Shanghai once designated for the French. The tree-lined avenues and the many fine old houses in the area still retain an air of the "Paris of the East".

Huangpu is an administrative district of Shanghai, the traditional center of the city, with People's Square, the Bund, the East Nanjing Road pedestrian mall and many other attractions.

Pudong is Shanghai's newest district on the eastern side of the Huangpu River, a Special Economic Zone chock full of gleaming skyscrapers rising out of what was mostly farmland before 1990.

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Jing'an is a district in downtown Shanghai. It is named after the historic Jing'an Temple, and its transport hub is the Jing'an Temple metro station.

Zhujiajiao is a township in the Qingpu District of Shanghai. The population of Zhujiajiao is around 60,000.

Shanghai Pudong International Airport is the primary international airport serving Shanghai, and a major aviation hub for Asia.

The Old City is the area inside the ancient walled city of Shanghai; it is one of the most picturesque areas of the city, with many buildings in traditional Chinese style.

Yangpu is one of the districts that comprise the city centre of the city of Shanghai.

Minhang is a district of Shanghai, one of the inner ring of suburbs. It is mainly a residential and factory area, but there is a bit of everything.

Sōngjiāng is a district of Shanghai. It is divided in two by the Huhang expressway.

Changning is a district on the West side of downtown Shanghai, largely residential but with attractions such as the Shanghai Zoo and several large shopping malls.

Putuo is a district in downtown Shanghai. Shanghai West Station is located in this district and is served by a few daily trains from around the area.

Hongkou is on the northeast side of Shanghai. The district is most known for Hongkou Stadium, Shanghai University's campus and Lu Xun Park.

Zhabei is a district in downtown Shanghai, located North of Suzhou Creek. Although currently lacking in many tourist attractions it is being developed into a modern commercial area.

Expo 2010 is a World's Fair scheduled to be held in Shanghai, China from 1 May to 31 October 2010.

Jinshan is a suburban district of Shanghai. It is located on the Southwest corner of Shanghai Municipality, bordering Zhejiang province.

Jiading is a district of Shanghai, one of the inner ring of suburbs. Metro Line 11 leads into the district.

Chongming County is a region of the Shanghai Municipality consisting of three islands; from largest to smallest: Chongming Island, Changxing Island and Hengsha Island.

Nanhui is the Southern part of the Pudong district in Shanghai; the name translates as "South sea".

Qibao ancient town, is an ancient town in Shanghai municipality about 15km south of the city center in Minhang District.

Fengxian is a suburban district of Shanghai. By Shanghai standards it is almost rural, but it has a population of over a million and considerable development, mainly residential and industrial.

Nanjing Road is Shanghai's main shopping street, and one of the busiest on Earth at around a million visitors a day.

Qingpu is a district of Shanghai. Administratively, Qingpu includes the water town Zhujiajiao, a popular tourist area.

Baoshan is a district of Shanghai, one of the inner ring of suburbs. Metro lines 1, 3 and 7 will take you to Baoshan.

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