groo1978Xintiandi is famous for its stone shikumen-style residences. Although most of the old buildings have been converted to upscale retail, a few remain true to their original purpose as high-density housing, snakes through with tiny alleyways.1h
groo1978My carriage. Spent the better part of the day touring Shanghai by sidecar with Insiders Experience. The only close call was a near collision with a cargo bicyclist with a stack of boxes nearly 10 feet tall!21h
groo1978A construction worker on his way to one of the seemingly infinite job sites in Shanghai. The sign in the backgrounds says, "Da jia xiao jia yi jia" -- big family, little family, we are all one.1d
groo1978#streeart#publicart in Xintiandi. Many of the buildings in this neighborhood are crumbling, others are being actively demolished to make room for the expansion of Xintiandi, an opulent luxury district that caters to foreigners and wealthy Chinese.1d
tetsuro76 These photos are great. Keep them coming
brycegruber Email me a bunch of pics when you can please! And mega brief descriptions!
groo1978 I will. Internet is spotty as all get out tho. Description for this photo: Newark.
groo1978@brycegruber forgot to add the @. Sooooo tired. It's nearly 11pm in Shanghai and I'm exhausted. The hotel's crappy internet connection all but refuses to interface with Facebook, so I'm slightly frustrated. Hopefully tomorrow will bring clear skies and glorious internet connectivity.