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Old May 9th, 2017, 09:01 PM   #2721
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Signal tests for Line 9 extension
May 10, 2017
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THE east section of the third phase of Metro Line 9 took another step toward its completion yesterday.

Signal tests on running trains were started to prepare for the line’s operation by the end of the year, the city’s Metro operator said.

The 13.8-kilometer section has nine stations, including two transferring stations shared with lines 12 and 14.

Once the new section is connected, Line 9 will serve as an east-west artery stretching nearly 70km.

It will connect suburban Songjiang District to Caolu in the Pudong New Area.

The line extension will have stops at the city’s major business districts and several universities, including Xujiahui, Lujiazui, Century Avenue, Songjiang University Town and Shanghai Polytechnic University.

In addition to the Line 9 extension, Pujiang Line — formerly known as the third phase of Line 8 — and Line 17 are also expected to be put into operation by the end of this year.

Pujiang Line, at nearly 6.7km, will have six stations, all of them in suburban Pujiang Town of Minhang District. Residents can use the line to transfer to Line 8 to reach downtown.

Pujiang Line will run driverless trains, enabling it to cut interval times and increase capacity.
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Old May 12th, 2017, 07:45 PM   #2722
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Hello Kitty theme park to open in Shanghai
May 11, 2017
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CHINA’S first indoor Hello Kitty theme park will open its doors October next year on the downtown Nanjing Road E., Shimao Group said at a news conference held Wednesday.

The theme park will spread over three floors, from 8 to 10, in the Shanghai Mart retail mall, nearly as big as five Olympic-size swimming pools. Shanghai’s unique elements will be used in the design, but every floor will be decorated in different styles to showcase three different eras in the city’s history, according to the plan.

At the conference, Japan’s Sanrio, who created Hello Kitty in 1974, licensed her image to Shimao Group, which owns and runs Shanghai Mart. Shimao will design and run the park by itself.

Eddie Yang, Shimao’s vice president, said the theme park will be an exciting blend of two great IP (intellectual property).
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Old May 18th, 2017, 04:58 PM   #2723
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Yangpu to showcase its industrial riverside history
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May 17, 2017

YANGPU District plans to build a museum along Huangpu River showcasing China’s industrial history dating back over a century.

The district is surveying all its historic buildings along the river. The aim is to preserve valuable structures as well as to collect exhibits for the Shanghai Industry Museum, according to Zuo Weidong, chairman of the Yangpu Riverside Investment and Development Co, who is in charge of the riverside development.

Officials said yesterday the district government would invite over 50 experts on finance and urban planning to the Yangshupu International Innovation Forum on Saturday to advise on developing the riverside. The experts will give speeches on scientific innovation, finance, culture and ecologic civilization.

Yangpu’s riverside area was once home to many of China’s earliest industries, including paper and textile mills, shipyards, water plants, coal gas plants, and a fish market — many of them dating back up to 100 years.

Many historic items such as machines and equipment have been discovered during the riverside development. They have been stored temporarily in a warehouse on Fuxing Island and will be exhibited to the public in the future museum, Zuo told a press conference.
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A short video I made on Lujiazui, with pictures I took last year!

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Old June 14th, 2017, 07:38 AM   #2725
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Qingpu parks reflect water culture
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June 14, 2017



QINGPU watertown plans to build a ring-shape recreational area connecting its four major waterways.

The outskirt town’s aim is to create recreational sites for its residents and tourism destinations for downtown visitors, officials said yesterday.

Qingpu District government plans to dredge and connect the four major waterways — Shangda, Youdungang, Dianpu and Xidayinggang rivers — into a 21-kilometer-long waterway.

Four major parks will be built along each riverside, incorporating the district’s renowned tourism attractions, an official with the district government said. The total land areas for the parks will reach 800,000 square meters. Vacant and abandoned land near the riverbanks will be brought into play.

“The project aims to create a new tourism brand of the ‘Qingpu watertown’ to attract people from both downtown and outside the city,” the official said.

The western district is well known for its abundant water resources, including Dianshan Lake and many rivers.

Jinze Reservoir, which supplies water to some 6.7 million residents in the city’s suburban districts, is also in Qingpu.

According to the blueprints, the four planned parks will be themed on “ecologic water scenery,” “history and culture,” “recreation and tourism,” and “sports and exercises.”

An ancient Buddhism pagoda built in the Qing Dynasty (1644-1911) will be included in one of the parks along Dianpu River, according to the plan. Buildings in China’s traditional architectural style and gardens will be erected around the pagoda to boost sightseeing and tourism.
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Old June 15th, 2017, 05:43 PM   #2726
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Tunneling starts for Beiheng Passage
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June 14, 2017



THE city’s biggest tunneling shield has dug through Suzhou Creek for the first time as part of the construction of a new east-west thoroughfare.

The six-story, 3,000-ton “super shield” will tunnel through the creek again this weekend and dig forward for about 1.2 kilometers beneath the creek, Shanghai Tunnel Engineering Co said.

The 8-kilometer underground section is the biggest challenge for Beiheng Passage, a 19.1-kilometer road to link Changning, Putuo, Jing’an, Huangpu, Hongkou and Yangpu districts. It is due to be finished in 2019.
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Old June 17th, 2017, 10:08 AM   #2727
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June 15, 2017
Panoramic river view from a new platform
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HONGKOU District’s sightseeing platform along Huangpu River is due to be completed by the end of this month — offering visitors a panoramic view of the Bund, and on the opposite side of the river, the Lujiazui financial district.

The 150-meter-long platform is sited in front of the Seagull on the Bund hotel, North Bund, near Waibaidu Bridge. The platform connects the pedestrian routes of the Bund in Huangpu District, with the North Bund, Hongkou — both on the west side of the river.

People will be able to walk from the Bund to the North Bund via Waibaidu Bridge and the 1,900 square meter platform, an official with the government said yesterday. The platform is about 20 meters wide and 3.5 meters above the riverbank. The area was formerly occupied by some illegal structures that have long interrupted the riverside pedestrian way in Hongkou. An outdoor restaurant of the hotel was demolished for the construction of the platform.

“The construction company tried to avoid mass demolition work on illegal buildings along the riverside to protect the river from being polluted by construction waste,” said an official with Zhonghong construction group, which is in charge of the building project.

For instance, the ground floor of a two-story illegal building was kept in place to become part of the foundation structure of the new platform, the official said. The company demolished buildings and built the new platform within two months, the official added.

The platform will be decorated in the same style as the Bund’s sightseeing platform area. The grey color marble floor, iron handrails and lamps will be similar to ensure a coherent style for the Huangpu riverside, according to the district government.

Wooden seats will be installed and flowers planted on the platform.

The Hongkou sightseeing path, which is expected to be open to joggers and cyclists soon, will run 3.2 kilometers along the river from the North Bund area to Sichuan Road N. and will feature gardens and skywalks along the way.
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Old June 23rd, 2017, 06:14 PM   #2728
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Museum to honor the docks
June 23, 2017
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CONSTRUCTION began yesterday on an outdoor museum that will tell the story of Shanghai’s earliest cargo docks.

Shanghai Docks Heritage Museum in the North Bund area is scheduled to be opened by the end of the year. The museum within a riverside park will include industrial relics, sculptures, videos and other exhibitions about the historic docks along the Huangpu River in Hongkou District.

The museum will highlight the history of renowned celebrities and scientists who entered Shanghai from the docks, an official with the district government said. They include Albert Einstein and Charlie Chaplin.

The riverside area in Hongkou was once the city’s earliest harbor for both cargo and passenger transportation. The British East India Company built the first cargo dock in Xujiatan near the current Daming Road E. in 1845.

There were once eight major docks, including the famous Huangpu, Yangshupu and Gongping Road docks, along the river.

When workers loaded cargo in the 1950s, the sirens of the ships could be heard from far away, said Ni Li, a senior resident who once lived on Daming Road E.
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Art show marks Xuhui riverside opening
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June 30, 2017



XUHUI District yesterday launched an art exhibition in an under-construction art park being redeveloped from a historic oil station site.

The exhibition marks the opening of a 1.1-kilometer riverside section by Huangpu River.

The oil station site was built by China National Aviation Fuel to store aviation fuel for supply to Hongqiao airport. Five tanks built by the aviation fuel supplier are being renovated and transformed as a reminder of a past industrial era.

Cranes are removing the covers of the huge tanks so the structures can be converted into exhibition halls, plazas, gardens, book stores, education centers and restaurants

Now called Tank Shanghai Art Park, the site is scheduled to officially open in 2018.

The exhibition that opened yesterday is in a former water pump station of the fuel supplier. It includes paintings, photographs and installations and runs until August 27.

Exhibition visitors will be able to look at the newly opened riverside section, the under-construction oil park and the nearby Dream Center project, a cultural, art and recreational hub, an official with the district government said.

A former port of the fuel supplier has been retained as a sightseeing platform for visitors to view the narrowest section of the Huangpu River.
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Alterations to historic Huangpu flat halted
July 7, 2017
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A flat owner accused of making illegal alterations to a renowned and protected building in Huangpu District has been ordered to halt operations.

The building’s property management company said it will work with local historical cultural area and building protection committee to try to make good to the damage caused.

The three-floor building, located in the Hua Yuan Fang residential complex on Ruijin No. 2 Road, has seen numerous celebrities in its time — such as the writers Huang Yuan, Cao Juren and Xu Maoyong, the painter Guan Liang and composer Huang Zi.

The complex, consisting of townhouses, was built in 1928 and was listed as an outstanding historical building complex in Shanghai last month.

The owner of the flat on the third floor of No. 22 building is accused of building an illegal structure on the balcony and opening skylights on the roof. Ceiling beams were also reported to have been demolished inside the flat.

According to the property management company, the urban management authority has already issued a document to halt the illegal construction. The company said it now checks daily that construction work hasn’t been resumed and added it will cooperate with local urban management and historical cultural area and building protection authorities.

The Shanghai Daily can confirm that the roof of No. 22 building now has two skylights.
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The 'Hanging Gardens of Babylon' reemerge in Shanghai as new, leafy residential project

This amazing building in Shanghai has been dubbed the Hanging Gardens of Babylon, after one of the seven wonders of the ancient world. Its terraces of different heights are covered with trees and plants creating a beautiful and tranquil scene amidst the hustle and bustle of the metropolis








http://shanghaiist.com/2017/07/10/ha...f-shanghai.php

Better photos:
http://chinaplus.cri.cn/photo/china/...13/8622_3.html


Also in spanish websites:

https://magnet.xataka.com/en-diez-mi...-residenciales
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Pompidou Center’s expertise coming here
Shanghai Daily Excerpt
July 17, 2017


The West Bund Art Museum under construction at the Huangpu River waterfront in Xuhui. Inset: a rendition of how the museum will look. It is scheduled to be finished next year. — Ti Gong

FRANCE’S Pompidou Center will hold a five-year art exhibition project with Xuhui’s West Bund group at the Huangpu River waterfront from 2019.

The group and the renowned Paris cultural center have signed a Memorandum of Understanding to initiate the long-term cooperation project between France and China through 2024.

It becomes “the highest-standard cultural exchange project” of such long duration between China and France in the cultural field, according to the group that takes charge of the riverside development of Xuhui. More than 20 high standard exhibitions and events will take place at the Pompidou Center Shanghai (West Bund) during the five-year project, the Paris institution said.

“This cultural cooperation will also resonate at the Pompidou Center to organize a number of projects displaying Chinese art in Paris,” said the French cultural center, which has one of the world’s largest modern and contemporary art collections.

Furthermore, regular bilateral academic exchanges, training and exchange programs of international museum operation and management will also be held through the five-year period, according to the memorandum.

The project will officially launch in early 2019, when residents will be able to visit, experience and engage with the exhibitions and various artistic projects elaborated by the Pompidou Center Shanghai.
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Old July 22nd, 2017, 01:57 PM   #2733
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Fortune Plaza
Height: 180 + 177
Floors: 39 + 36
Architect: Gensler
Status: preparation

Source: https://mp.weixin.qq.com/s?__biz=MzA...KKGLmf5fzy3#rd (images don't show in Chrome for me, but in Explorer and Edge)

It's 10 km far from Lujiazu, very far from the skyline center as usual, so for me it doesn't complete the skyline, just makes it wider. The news claims they are 180 and 177 metres tall, but it might not be completely right, judging by the renders, the height difference between the towers seems bigger.







the line is 10km long






January 2015


September 2015
I passed by this project one week ago and it is already over ground



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New project just found in Gaoloumi

http://www.gaoloumi.com/forum.php?mo...extra=page%3D1

Xuhui Riverside 188S-G-1
157 metres
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Xuhui Riverside 188S-G-1 010 by Victor Carcedo, en Flickr

Xuhui Riverside 188S-G-1 02 by Victor Carcedo, en Flickr
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Museum to open at new base in October
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August 1, 2017

THE Shanghai History Museum will open in October as part of the city’s plan to open or begin building a batch of new cultural and sports facilities by the end of the year, the government said yesterday.

The museum, which previously had no permanent site, takes up residence at the former address of the Shanghai Art Museum on Nanjing Road W. and will open from October 1.

The Shanghai Revolution History Museum will be combined with the history museum.

The city’s ancient, modern, contemporary and revolutionary histories will be displayed inside the building, which originally housed a horse-racing club when it was built in 1933, the city’s information office said on its WeChat account.

Currently, the Shanghai History Museum has about 110,000 pieces in its collection, which focuses mainly on the city’s history spanning from the opening of the port in 1843 to the establishment of the People’s Republic of China in 1949.

The collection includes calligraphy, paintings, ceramics, handicrafts and publications.

Shanghai aims to become an “international cultural metropolis” by 2020.

To achieve that goal, the city government will build a batch of world-class facilities for cultural performances and high-end sports.

Six other cultural projects will begin construction by the end of September to improve the offerings of cultural and sports venues in Pudong, the government said.

A 2-square kilometer Expo Culture Park is planned, for which admission will be free, and will incorporate cultural facilities including a grand opera house at the former World Expo 2010 site in Pudong.

The former pavilions of France, Russia, Italy and Luxembourg will be preserved inside the park as part of the city’s Expo memory.
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Great publication with news about projects in the Zhenru / Northwest / Fish market area
https://mp.weixin.qq.com/s/B-W944Tnw6u9Pnls-wB3eA
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More photos of the 1000 Trees project









Can't wait to see the final product, and also the taller second phase. It is an absolute masterpiece.
I'm also curious about what seems to be some older brick buildings near the middle of the site.
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Hello ThatoneGuy,

Do you know, when the second Phase starts ? And where can i see the Trailer of it ?

Thank you
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That '1000 Trees Project' is really something else

Judging by the render it appears to be near the Shanghai Railway Station. Is that correct?
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