Take a walk along the Huangpu River and travel past trading houses, hotels, clubs, and banks, all of which have witnessed the tumultuous history of the Bund. There is no lack of architectural diversity in this area, with Gothic, Baroque, Romanesque, Neo-Classical and Art Deco styles all present. The Bund is arguably one of the most visited tourist destinations in Shanghai. This is track one of a multi-track tour, to download the entire tour, visit www.Tourcaster.com
Ten years ago, this area on the eastern side of the Huangpu River was farmland. Now, Pudong, or Pudong New Area, is a bustling District, which has become China's financial and commercial hub. With the Pudong Special Economic Zone, this area is the largest free trade zone in all of China, bringing in more than it's fair share of foreign investment. Due to it's role in the financial world, Pudong has become an obvious hot spot in Shanghai. This is track one of a multi-track tour, to download the entire tour, visit www.Tourcaster.com
Take a stroll through People's Square in the Huangpu District and experience Shanghai's cultural and historical headquarters. Previously a horseracing course, People's Square is just one of China's bustling meltingpots, that attract a continuous stream of both citizens and tourists. Unlike many of the other squares you will find in Shanghai, People's Square or Renmin Guangchang, is an open green area surrounded by beautiful buildings. This is track one of a multi-track tour, to download the entire tour, visit www.Tourcaster.com
Nio TV is a video podcast that chronicles the journeys and adventures of this baby superstar. Videos are shot on a MiniDV camcorder, edited on iMovie, and exported through Quicktime. Videos are saved in the video iPod-friendly MPEG-4 format with the .m4v file extension. It is highly recommended that you view them through iTunes 6.
By Antonio "Nio" Ajero
In the Chinavasion Blog join Severine Dumon, Eric Chen and a rotating roundtable of bloggers as they take a look at everything from China sourcing, to ecommerce to gadget tips and picks. If you’re interested in online business, gadget picks and tips or need some tips on how to source things from China then this blog is a must read.
By Severine Dumon, Eric Chen, Others
A to Z Chinese lessons comprise of everyday practical conversations that fall under 3 Levels: Beginner, Intermediate and Advanced. Each lesson is comprised of a video featuring a 1-3minute conversation between Chinese people. Before each conversation, an introduction is provided to highlight the key points of the conversation to make lessons easier to understand. After each conversation, a conclusion is provided to summarize the important phrases and help you to remember. A to Z Chinese is for anyone who has always wanted to learn Chinese, but just couldn't find the time or motivation in the past. It's so convenient and just takes you 5 minutes a day to study.