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Old March 25th, 2014, 02:30 PM   #2421
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Old March 26th, 2014, 08:35 PM   #2422
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City unveils first luxury outlet near Disneyland
March 24, 2014
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An artist's rendition of the future outlet project near the Shanghai Disney Resort that’s opening in 2015. It will include some 50,000 square meters of retail and restaurant space.

SHANGHAI today unveiled its first luxury outlet project near the Shanghai Disney Resort that’s opening in 2015, and said it will include some 50,000 square meters of retail and restaurant space.

The project, named Shanghai Village, will be next to the Disney resort in the Pudong New Area and 12 kilometers from the district’s international airport.

It’s a joint venture between the European outlet operator Value Retail and the Shanghai Shendi Group, who signed an agreement today.

The village will be home to over 100 international fashion brands, and some 80 percent will be first-tier luxury brands, officials said. At least 10 international fashion brands will open flagship stores at the outlet.

Construction will begin soon on the outlet in the Shanghai International Tourism Resort Zone.

Value Retail built La Vallee Village outlet near the Disneyland in Paris in 1999, and the Shanghai project will use the experience gained to benefit the Shanghai project, said Scott Malkin, chairman of Value Retail.
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Old March 28th, 2014, 12:30 AM   #2423
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Totally not looking forward to the Disneyland and the outlet...
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Old March 29th, 2014, 07:57 PM   #2424
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Building a dream factory for Shanghai's creative set
27 March 2014
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Former factories in Shanghai are set to be transformed into a cultural and entertainment center that aims to be a hub of creative life in the city.

Co-funded by California-based Dreamworks Animation SKG, Shanghai-based CMC Capital Partners and Hong Kong entertainment giant Lan Kwai Fong Group, the Dream Center is set to become a new landmark in Shanghai along the west bank of the Huangpu River.

It will cover some 463,000 square meters. Construction on the center will begin this year and is expected to be completed in 2017.

The Dream Center will be made up of 12 creative and cultural buildings, which are repurposed from former cement factories or shipyards.

They will feature theaters, music halls, artists' workshops, the headquarters of Oriental Dreamworks and a 500-seat IMAX cinema specially designed for premieres and red-carpet ceremonies.

A Lan Kwai Fong lifestyle neighborhood featuring restaurants, bars and retailers, together with eight outdoor themed plazas, will become the main axis of the west bank area of the Huangpu River.

Allan Zeman, founder of Lan Kwai Fong Group, gathered 15 architects from China and abroad to help develop the neighborhood. Zeman and his team not only want to add a unique flavor to the neighborhood, but also to bring in design that "will help to feed the creativity".

Xuhui district, where the center is located, has pretty views of waterways and a good transportation system. A media hub is also planned for the site that Zeman believes will attract people to work, live, play and ultimately create a culture.

"Creative people feed off one another. The idea is really to have a place with local characteristics. We don't want to copy New York or London. We want the Dream Center to have its own unique style and look. Shanghai is such an important city not only for China but in the world, as it's one of the top romantic cities in the world. It will enhance the attractiveness of Shanghai that is already there," Zeman says.

To Li Ruigang, founder and chairman of CMC Capital Partners, the center is the result of an idea that started with a phone call two years ago from Dreamworks Animation CEO Jeffrey Katzenberg, who suggested they work together to create Oriental Dreamworks.

"The project we are working on is aimed at building up a platform, providing room for people from the cultural business to showcase their talents and gifts and gathering talents. It is my dream to establish a cultural icon on the east end of the Pacific Ocean," Li says.

Katzenberg hopes to build the Dream Center into a gathering place for young people and tourists all over the world.

He hopes it will become "a center of great creativity, a magnet for great artists, performers, singers and storytellers to come here and work here, and to be able to showcase their works, and for it to be a stage for all China and for all of the world.

"I think it is an opportunity for us to create probably one of the most unique studios that exist anywhere in the world," Katzenberg says.

"Not only will we be able to design and build a world-class, state-of-the-art, best of class animation and technology center, but we will be surrounded by this incredible entertainment platform for us to be able to show the work we create and to attract other artists. I don't think there is any other place like this anywhere in the world."

Oriental Dreamworks came to Shanghai two years ago. It boasts an animation studio that accommodates 150 artists and animators. That number is expected to rise to 400 by the end of next year.
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Old April 8th, 2014, 09:49 AM   #2425
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What is this giant construction site near Hongqiao train station?

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Old April 8th, 2014, 07:58 PM   #2426
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What the hell, those things are more than 300 meters wide. Looks unbelievably huge compared to those flats in the upper corner.

How did you get this imagery? My Google Eart shows much older images....
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Old April 8th, 2014, 09:10 PM   #2427
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Ok just found it...
It is going to be the National Convention and Exhibition Center.
With 500.000m² the largest in the world.
(Hannover has just 496.000m² )
http://www.thehub.com.cn/en/channel/72.html



@Atmosphere: you need to activate the timeline in google earth to see the newest imagery, there is an icon with a clock and a green arrow in the toolbar, just click on it.
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Old April 11th, 2014, 08:28 AM   #2428
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Pavilion 4, by Tongji Architectural Design Group







http://www.archdaily.com/324197/pavi...cts-designers/

The Bamboo courtyard house by Sun Wei







http://www.designboom.com/architectu...yard-teahouse/
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Old April 11th, 2014, 08:25 PM   #2429
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Metro blamed for subsidence, cracks in residential building
10 April 2014
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THE Putuo District government has said it will fix the cracks and severe subsidence in one of the residential building which houses over 400 residents.

Residents of the Shiliuyuan Community on Luyang Road first noticed the subsidence and cracks on the walls in April last year. Over the months, the cracks got bigger and wider almost the size of a palm.

The district government invited experts from the Shanghai Housing Quality Inspection Station to work out a plan to stabilize the structure from the foundation. Construction work will begin soon, government officials said.

“I am afraid ... It is not safe to live here,” said a woman resident surnamed Wang. “I hope the district government can solve the problem as soon as possible.”

The six-story brick and concrete structure was built in 1996, but now, some of the windows and doors need some effort to open. Even the foundation seems to be inclining with residents saying they have noticed that balls roll down the same direction.

Wang said small stones and particles fall from the cracks and hit people.

The residents insist that the subsidence began in 2007 during the construction work of Metro Line 11 that runs under the complex. A Shanghai Television Station report said the shield machine used to dig the tunnel for the subway caused the subsidence.

The structure began shifting and the cracks on the wall started becoming more visible after Line 11 started operations, another female resident surnamed Han said. In 2010, the Taopu town government spent more than 10 million yuan to fix three of the damaged buildings in the community, but it soon started affecting other structures, she said.

Though the government said it was still investigating, residents have no doubt about the reasons, saying the building sways every time a train passes underneath. The community is about 1,000 meters away from the Taopu Village station.

“Whenever a train passes below, I can feel the strong vibration,” said Liu, who lives on the fourth floor of the building. “I have lost sleep over it.”

The condition of other buildings are a little better, but residents still complain that the noise and vibration makes it difficult to live. “I don’t think filling up gaps can solve the problem. The only way is to pull down the dangerous houses and build new ones of better quality,” Han said.

The subway builders said they are closely monitoring and controlling the ground subsidence and leaks by tagging tunnel materials and tracing the construction process. The tagging of tunnel duct pieces using Radio Frequency Identification Device technology is being used for the under-construction Line 12 in downtown Xuhui District, the Shanghai Urban Construction Group said.

Data on leaks, cracks and subsidence will be delivered to engineers for analysis and adjustment.

Shanghai’s land has subsided by 29 centimeters in the past 40 years, becoming a major geological threat for a city with an average altitude of only 4 meters above sea level, city officials have said.

Subsidence takes place when groundwater is pumped out during the construction of foundations for high-rises and Metro lines, Feng Jingming, the former director of the Shanghai Planning and Land Resources Bureau, said.

Shanghai has become like a reversed bowl cover — low in the middle and higher in the surrounding areas, according to Tang Yiqun, a professor with the geological environment research center of Tongji University.
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Old April 15th, 2014, 04:16 PM   #2430
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Thought they just rebuilt the waterfront a few years ago. Not sure what they mean in some of the details. Guess we'll have to wait and see.

Shanghai upgrades The Bund for tourism
15 April 2014
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One of Shanghai's most popular tourist attractions, The Bund, is undergoing renovations in an attempt to gain 5A-level national standing, said Yang Jinsong, director of the Shanghai Municipal Tourism Administration.

Yang said the renovations would focus on three parts. Firstly, existing buildings in Chinese and Western styles that line both sides of the Huangpu River will be highlighted, along with the natural scenery.

Secondly, locations associated with historic figures and cultural heritage will allow visitors to further explore Shanghai¡¯s cultural inheritance as the fruit of exchanges between Eastern and Western culture.

Thirdly, the construction of public facilities on The Bund will also be important and provide a convenient and comfortable environment for tourists.

"During renovations of the site, the tourism administration has noted some problems, such as a lack of parking lots on The Bund," Yang said, adding that more parking lots are planned.

Once the construction is completed and approved by the central government, local authorities will also plan for higher rankings for Shanghai's other landmarks, such as the Lujiazui Financial Center and the Expo Garden, to bring more benefits to tourists and enhance Shanghai's image as a tourist destination, Yang said.
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More parking lots on the Bund???...Wtf
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More parking lots on the Bund???...Wtf
Can't imagine them un-doing the public spaces they created after getting rid of the flyover. Hope these are coach parking spots parallel to the street than an actual empty lot.
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Old April 24th, 2014, 09:54 PM   #2434
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An even bigger reason to enjoy the culture park
22 April 2014
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THE 26-hectare second phase of the Minhang Culture Park has been opened to the public, providing a new getaway for people seeking some weekend relaxation time.

The park expansion, about the size of 36 soccer fields, comprises a central square, a riverside forest and a garden-enclosed lake.

The forest and garden are the two highlights of the second phase, reconstructed from the original outer-ring forest. More than 10 varieties of aquatic plants have been planted, not only to please park users but also to cleanse the water.

On land, magnolias dominate the scene. Park officials said the trees will offer the “earliest spring in Shanghai” to visitors every year. Magnolias are Shanghai’s official flower and the earliest blooming flower in the city.

The park also features flora with ornamental fruit to provide a burst of color every autumn.

The park’s newest addition is designed to provide tranquil pleasure to people of all ages. There is a fitness area for seniors and a playground for children. Performances and flea markets can be staged in the central square.

The first phase of the park opened last summer to much public delight. Although most of the trees in that phase are still in the sapling stage, the area has become popular with local residents.

“It is really big and not as crowded as other parks on weekends,” said Ray Pei, a local resident. “It’s a comfortable place to have a picnic.”

Park officials said construction of the third phase of the park will be finished later this year. The fourth and final phase is scheduled for completion by the end of 2015. The two remaining phases will cover an area slightly smaller than the present ones.

The park is part of the Minhang District’s greening program, which seeks to create a pleasant and ecological living environment for residents.

About 50,000 square meters of greenery will be planted on rooftops this year, and new greenbelts totaling 50 hectares are in the planning stages, said the Minhang District Greenery and Urban Management Bureau.
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Sturgeon center to break ground in May
April 25, 2014
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Reserve staff release Chinese sturgeon and other fish back into the Yangtze yesterday. — Xu Xiaolin

CONSTRUCTION of a conservation and research center for Chinese sturgeon in Chongming Island will get under way next month, an official said yesterday.

The 56,000-square-meter facility, which will cost more than 63 million yuan (US$10.1 million) to develop, is the first of its kind in the region, the Shanghai Agricultural Commission said.

“At the moment we have two temporary centers — in Chongming County and Jiading District — but this will be the first permanent base,” said a spokesperson for the Shanghai Yangtze Estuary Nature Reserve for the Chinese Sturgeon, an organization set up by the commission.

Construction will start on May 15 and the center should open at the end of 2015, he said.

As well as providing a refuge for injured sturgeon, the center will conduct scientific research, operate breeding programs for endangered species and help educate the public.

In recent decades, the number of Chinese sturgeon — which can grow to 5 meters in length and weigh 450 kilograms — has been decimated by pollution, shipping and poaching.

With a history of 230 million years, the giant is one of the world’s oldest fish species and often dubbed a “living fossil.”

Yesterday’s announcement was made following the release of 70 Chinese sturgeon and more than 42,000 Chinese high fin banded sharks, whose numbers are also in rapid decline.

Over the years the reserve has released more than 10,000 sturgeon, 136,000 high fin banded sharks and countless other fish back into the Yangtze River.
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UK-based architecture firm Benoy has been appointed as the master planner for the recently launched DreamCenter in Shanghai, China.


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Port aims to be Asia’s No. 1 for cruise liners
Shanghai Daily
May 23, 2014



AS the 115,000-ton Sapphire Princess set sail on its maiden voyage from Shanghai’s Wusongkou Port yesterday, local officials expressed optimism in the growing cruise liner market.

The Wusongkou International Cruise Terminal in Baoshan District is now home to five major cruise liners. A total of 217 cruises with over a million passengers will berth at the port by the end of this year, said Fang Shizhong, the district director.

“The world’s major cruise liner market has moved east to China, and Baoshan will become the top cruise liner harbor of China,” Fang said.

Some 70,000 passengers, mostly Chinese, will take the cruise in the next four months to South Korea and Japan, said Jan Swartz, president of the cruise liner Sapphire Princess.

Asia’s heaviest cruise ship, the 138,000-ton Mariner of The Seas of the Royal Caribbean International, and the world’s major luxury cruise ship, Princess, have made Wusongkou their home ports.

The Wusongkou Port will surpass Singapore to become Asia’s biggest cruise liner home port by 2015, said Lu Guangyuan, general manager of the Shanghai Wusongkou International Cruise Terminal Development Co Ltd.

The port will launch a major renovation in September. On completion, two 200,000-ton super-sized cruise vessels can berth at the terminal at the same time.

The growing cruise economy will boost business opportunities in the area. Baoshan plans to build recreational facilities, luxurious hotels, shopping malls as well as a marina in the area, said Fang.

Developed by Baoshan District and Shanghai Yangtze Shipping Corp, Wusongkou International Cruise Terminal is the biggest cruise liner terminal in Asia built at a cost of 870 million yuan (US$140 million). It is shaped like a giant silver shell, symbolizing the “eye of the Yangtze River.”
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Where is that dream center going to be?? Looks like south Bund
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Where is that dream center going to be?? Looks like south Bund
I'd say it is quite far from everything else in Shanghai and only connected with line 11. Somewhere on line 12 north bund would've been a really good location imo.
With all the big name investors in on this project, I'm assuming they're confident that the long commute won't be a problem for people.

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Where is that dream center going to be?? Looks like south Bund
I'd say it is quite far from everything else in Shanghai and only connected with line 11. Somewhere on line 12 north bund would've been a really good location imo.
With all the big name investors in on this project, I'm assuming they're confident that the long commute won't be a problem for people.

Isn't it part of the former Expo site?
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