Shanghai Up Close
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    Morning rises over the famous Shanghai skyline and the Huangpu River.
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    Along the Bund, a famous riverwalk in Shanghai, hundreds of Chinese gather every morning for Tai Chi.
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    A woman leads the group in Tai Chi exercises along the Bund, one of Shanghai's most famous tourist destinations.
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    Group dancing at the parks along the Bund is a popular activity among the locals both in the day time in evening.
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    The Shanghai "pet market" sells a variety of creatures, from birds to giant bugs in glass jars.
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    Some of the birds on sale at the Shanghai "pet market."
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    Crickets are a popular draw at the Shanghai "pet market."
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    A busy Shanghai street is often filled with street carts, locals and tourists.
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    The Shanghai skyline has grown rapidly in the past 15 years, and new buildings continue to pop up along the iconic riverfront.
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    At night the Shanghai Skyline comes alive in a variety of colors and lights. Seen here is the fan dance.
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