Last day on Shanghai : 상하이 마지막날

Posted at 2010.06.27 15:33 // in Steps/2010 Shanghai, China // by Donghun Han hanparao

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At the park.
I read a book titled '色, 戒'..
Took some pictures..
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When I reminisce about Shanghai, it always comes with Park sae-byul's music.
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It was a rainy day.
I visited this Starbucks branch the second.
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I took some notes.
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When travel was over, I could found another things from here.

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Bags, and flight FM827 over the window.

Time to leave
The last step at the airport.

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2010 Shanghai Expo : 상하이 엑스포

Posted at 2010.06.24 22:59 // in Steps/2010 Shanghai, China // by Donghun Han hanparao

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One day Ticket.
I bought it from Korea.
I could save my time..,,
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UK Pavilion

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Finland Pavilion

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Italy Pavilion

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France Pavilion

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Republic of Korea Finland Pavilion

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Another day at Xintiandi, Shanghai : 신톈디 그리고 푸싱시루

Posted at 2010.06.19 09:21 // in Steps/2010 Shanghai, China // by Donghun Han hanparao
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This is Xintiandi(新天地).
Which was developed by businessman from HK.
It seemed European style complex, however these buildings are 弄堂 style which is traditional dwelling style of south chinese.
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Jazz Club "Brown Sugar"
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She played Violin Sonata of Edward Elgar.
I prefer Edward Elgar cello concert but it was romantic enough.
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People at Xintiandi.
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I had a brunch at The Coffee Bean and Tea Leaf.
I wrote some postcards and E-mail to my friends.
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left for west Fu xing rd.


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 Cafe Ginger at west Fu xing rd.
  Apple crumble
  Lemon Tart
  Tropical Slurp

  Total: 115 RMB

It tasted really great!
How can I explain...
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I'll never forget west Fu xing rd. with platanus..

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Three byways in Shanghai : 상하이의 골목들

Posted at 2010.06.13 15:19 // in Steps/2010 Shanghai, China // by Donghun Han hanparao
 
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I really love small alleys.
That's why I always spand my time hanging around at residential area when I traveling.
I could touch it, smell it, and remember.
This is the most important thing in my travel all the time.

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Two faces of the bund : 와이탄의 두가지 모습

Posted at 2010.06.05 11:01 // in Steps/2010 Shanghai, China // by Donghun Han hanparao
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fancy or to be fancy

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One cold night in Shanghai

Posted at 2010.06.05 10:53 // in Steps/2010 Shanghai, China // by Donghun Han hanparao

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Two-wheeled vehicles in Shanghai

Posted at 2010.06.03 18:11 // in Steps/2010 Shanghai, China // by Donghun Han hanparao

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variety shapes, variety use.

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 They have a preparation for rain.

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in the ferry.



 As you know, two-wheeled vehicles are very popular in China.
You can find many dfferent modified bikes for different purposes everywhere in Shanghai.

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Rainy day in Shanghai

Posted at 2010.06.02 16:07 // in Steps/2010 Shanghai, China // by Donghun Han hanparao
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west Nanjing Rd.

(Click the image ↑)

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Yuyuan Garden : 豫园 : 예원 in Shanghai

Posted at 2010.05.31 18:51 // in Steps/2010 Shanghai, China // by Donghun Han hanparao
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                    The garden was first established in 1559 as a private garden created by Pan Yunduan, who spent almost 20 years building a garden to please his father Pan En, a high-ranking official in the Ming Dynasty, during his father's old age. Over the years, the gardens fell into disrepair until about 1760 when bought by merchants, before suffering extensive damage in the 19th century. In 1842, during the Opium Wars, the British army occupied the Town God Temple for five days. During the Taiping Rebellion the gardens were occupied by imperial troops, and damaged again by the Japanese in 1942. They were repaired by the Shanghai government from 1956-1961, opened to the public in 1961, and declared a national monument in 1982.   from wikipedia

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 Chinese style Lamp.
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There were many characteristic small gates as many as separated areas.
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I loved that wall.
When I touched, It was cold but it made me calm.
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I could feel green vitality at the old traditional garden.
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Old and green. Breath of moss.
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On the floor..
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I can't forget the feelings on my fingers.
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They are still fighting against a dragon since Ming Dynasty.
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Antique and simple.
Only I and tree in this room. I thought even I could talk to leaves.
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Harmonious chinese family. They seem to be happy.

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 Yuyuan was quite a big garden than I expected.
It was separated with many different areas delicately. And each area made me feel cosy.

 In this garden, you can feel fresh energy as much as old chinese tradition spirit.

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Street cleaner in Shanghai : 상하이 청소부

Posted at 2010.05.31 17:43 // in Steps/2010 Shanghai, China // by Donghun Han hanparao
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They alway seemed to be very tired.

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