Xintiandi (ƒ/4.0, 16.0mm, 1/160, ISO320)
Alley (ƒ/4.0, 16.0 mm, 1/160, ISO200)
Fountain (ƒ/4.5, 16.0mm,1/160, ISO100)
Weekend Stroll (ƒ/6.3, 16.0 mm, 1/80, ISO100)
Street (ƒ/10.0, 16.0 mm, 1/100, ISO100)
High rises (ƒ/11.0 , 16.0 mm. 1/125, ISO100)
Man made pond (ƒ/9.0, 16.0 mm, 1/100, ISO100)
Hiding behind the plants (ƒ/8.0, 16.0 mm, 1/80, ISO100)


      1. I can’t possibly choose just one. My whole stay (about 3 years) was one of the best times of my life! My earliest memory though was being shocked AF there was a rave club there. It didn’t look like a communist country in that club…well in all SH actually.

      2. haha yeah. The clubs in Shanghai are pretty famous actually. Famous for being wild that is =p For me, I love jia jia tang bao (dumplings). Not sure if you had it there? Simply the best dumplings EVER!.

      3. Dumplings? Deffo! I lived on dumplings. 🙂 I love SH food, more than other kind of Chinese cuisine. But don’t flame me…I know most people prefer Cantonese or Sichuan. It’s just similar to my country’s. A bit sweet.

        Btw, the rave club I went to was the underground kind, not like the ones in Xintiandi (a famous high-end entertainment complex at that time).

  1. Beautiful photos! Those street shots have such a small-town feel that you wouldn’t guess they were Shanghai.

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