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[Homework]2009-12-11 Smart Travels 上海篇—2

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For all the mind-boggling changes,the people of Shanghai carry on,holding on to tradition while welcoming the modern.And once time listen thrine entreperial and savvy,the people embrace their new city with pride and affection.
Shanghai experiences an earlier heyday,all being under foreign occupation.During the 1920s and 30s,the city was famous for its dynamic growth and prosperity as well as for its gangsters,drugs and night clubs.The expression to be Shanghai came from the practise of drugging sellers and throwing them under ships leaving the city.
Settle on the delta of the mighty Yangtzi River,Shanghai was an isolated fishing port until the British opened a trading post here in 1842,exporting exotic goods home and importing opium from India.Stately European style buildings sprung up on the river front known as the Bund.And its hike,the city thrived and became known as the Paris of the East.But the party ended when the Japanese invaded during World War II.In 1949,the Communists marched into the city.For 40 years Shanghai slept,to be awakened again in 1990 when China's leader Deng Xiaoping declared the cityopen to trade.Money came rushing into the city from the central government and then from local and foreign investment.Shanghai began to prosper.
All of Shanghai loves to shop.Exotic tea and grocery stores,western francised teeming bazars fill the streets.And everywhere young women sweep along shopping bags and boyfriends in toe.The main shopping street,Nanjing Donglu streches west from the Bund.A pedestrian-only shopping area makes it colourful in trading adventure.

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For all the mind-boggling changes, thepeople of Shanghaicarry on, holding on to tradition while welcoming the modern. At once timelessand serene, entrepreneurial and savvy, the people embrace their new city withpride and affection.
 
Shanghai experienced an earlier heyday, albeit under foreign occupation.During the 1920s and 30s the city was famous for its dynamic growth andprosperity as well as for its gangsters, drugs, and nightclubs. The expression“to be shanghaied” came from the practice of drugging sailors and throwing themonto ships leaving the city.
 
Set on the delta of the mighty YangtzeRiver, Shanghai was an isolated little fishingport until the British opened a trading post here in 1842, exporting exoticgoods home and importing opium from India. Stately European stylebuildings sprang up on the riverfront, known as the Bund. At its height, thecity thrived and became known as the Parisof the East. But the party ended when the Japanese invaded during World War II.In 1949, the communists marched in to the city.
 
For forty years, Shanghaislept, to be awakened again in 1990 when China’s leader, Deng Xiaopingdeclared the city open to trade. Money came rushing into the city from thecentral government and then from local and foreign investment – Shanghai began to prosper.
 
All of Shanghai loves to shop. Exotic tea andgrocery stores, western franchises and teeming bazaars fill the streets. Andeverywhere, young women sweep along with shopping bags and boyfriends in tow.
 
The main shopping street, Nanjing Donglustretches west from the Bund. A pedestrian-only shopping area makes a colorful,intriguing adventure.
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For all the mind-boggling changes, the people of Shanghai carry on, holding on to tradition while welcoming the modern. At once timeless and serene, entrepreneurial and savvy, the people embrace their new city with pride and affection.

“Shanghai experienced an earlier heyday, albeit under foreign occupation. During the 1920s and 30s, the city was famous for its dynamic growth and prosperity as well as for its gangsters, drugs and nightclubs. The expression ‘to be shanghaied’ came from the practice of drugging sailors and throwing them onto ships leaving the city.”

Set on the delta of the mighty Yangtze River, Shanghai was an isolated little fishing port until the British opened a trading post here in 1842, exporting exotic goods home and importing opium from India. Stately European style buildings sprang up on the riverfront, known as the Bund. At its height, the city thrived and became known as Paris of the East. But the party ended as the Japanese invaded during World War II. In 1949 the communists marched in to the city.

For 40 years Shanghai slept to be awakened again in 1990 when China’s leader Deng Xiaoping declared the city open to trade. Money came rushing in to the city from the central government, and then from local and foreign investment. Shanghai began to prosper.

“All of Shanghai loves to shop. Exotic tea and grocery stores, western franchises and teeming bazaars fill the streets. And everywhere young women sweep along with shopping bags and boyfriends in tow.”

The main shopping street Nanjingdonglu stretches west from the Bund. A pedestrian-only shopping area makes a colorful intriguing adventure.
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For all the mind-bugling changes, the people of Shanghai carry on, holding on to tradition while welcoming their modern.
And once time was in spring, untra peneal on savey the people embrace their new city with pride and affection.
Shanghai experienced earlier hade day of being under foreign occupation. During the 1920th and 1930th the city was famous for dynamic growth in proseperity, as well as for its gangstors, drugs, and night clubs. Expression to be Shanghai came from the practice of  struggling sellers and thronging the mandership in the city.
Side on the delta of mandayangzi river, Shanghai was isolated little fishing port until the British opened their trading post here at 1842, exporting exotic goods home and inporting opium from India. StatelyEuropean style building spread on the river front, known as the bund. At this hike, the city thrived and became known as the Paris of east. But the party ended when the Japanese invaded during World War Ⅱ. In 1949, the communists marched in the city. For 40 years, Shanghai slept, to be awaken again in 1990 when Chinese leader, Deng Xiaoping, declared the city open to trade.
Money came rushing in the city from central government, and then from their local and foreign inveatment. Shanghai began to prosper. All of Hanghai loves to shop, exotic key and grocery stores, western franchises and teaming bazaars and fill the streets. And everywhere young women sweep along with shopping bags and boyfriends in toll.
The main shopping street, Nanjing Donglu, strenches west to the bund. A pedeatrian-only shopping area makes it colorful in trading adventure.
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