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Old November 3rd, 2018, 12:23 AM   #2821
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Old December 11th, 2018, 10:07 AM   #2822
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Hello Guys,

I have a question. Do you know what happened to the page www.gaoloumi.com? It has not worked for several days.

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Old December 11th, 2018, 02:56 PM   #2823
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It was apparently blocked by the CCP.
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Can it also have something to do with the EU's new General Data Protection Regulation?
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Old December 31st, 2018, 12:33 AM   #2826
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Old January 9th, 2019, 06:45 PM   #2827
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Pudong, where it’s 15 minutes to everywhere
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January 7, 2019

Residents of the Pudong New Area will be able to reach all the education, care, culture and sports facilities they need within a 15-minute walk by the end of 2020, the local government has said.

Pudong, home to the financial hub of Lujiazui, also has less-developed countryside like Zhoupu, Chuansha and Hangtou towns.

In an effort to make life easier for everyone, Pudong has come up with the “15-minute service circle.”

By the end of 2020, every Pudong citizen will be within a 15-minute walk of a school, hospital, elder care center, cultural facility and a sports venue. Also, within 15 minutes, they will be able to find a supermarket, a transit hub and a park.

In Zhoupu town, on both banks of the Yaoyugang River are nine residential complexes with an occupancy rate over 80 percent. Previously, there was no walking path and no accessible greenery but in August last year, renovations started. Now, it is a popular destination for an after-dinner stroll in the park. There are benches to take the weight off your feet and a spacious square for a variety of activities.

Besides basic facilities, Pudong wants every neighborhood, subdistrict and town to come up with tailor-made plans for their specific local needs.
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Old January 13th, 2019, 03:43 PM   #2828
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January 7, 2019
Shanghai lays plans for first coastal country park in Pudong New Area
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As a city that is vigorously promoting the ecological environment, Shanghai outlined its first coastal country park-Heqing Country Park in Pudong New Area-which will cover an area of 35.7 square kilometers.

Rural parks are an extension of urban parks and represent a trend. The nation is pursuing a healthy leisure lifestyle

The first phase of the park, which covers a total of 13.5 sq km, was approved by the government in early December and is expected to open in 2020.

Buildings in the first phase will occupy 20.52 hectares, including 14.09 hectares for commercial service facilities, 3.18 hectares for cultural entertainment, 2.13 hectares for sports and the rest for scientific research and education.

The park, located in Heqing town, the easternmost area of Pudong, has three key areas in its overall design, including the Sanjiagang tourism and leisure center, a sports resort capable of hosting international sports tournaments and the water development center, which will offer kayaking.

High-end resort hotels, seafood restaurants and cultural entertainment facilities will be in the park as well.

"Rural parks are an extension of urban parks and represent a trend. The nation is pursuing a healthy leisure lifestyle," said Dong Erwei, director of the China International Center for Leisure and Tourism Research and co-founder of the China International Leisure Research Association.

"The construction of Heqing Country Park can be regarded as an important step toward solving the shortage of urban parks in the metropolis, where population expansion inevitably leads to a reduction of urban green space."

The national forest tourism industry has been booming in recent years, with 1.39 billion forest tourists in 2017-representing 28 percent of domestic tourists. It created 1.15 trillion yuan (US$167.5 billion) in gross social output, according to the State Forestry Administration.

Shanghai, which has made improving the ecological environment one of its top targets, has a total of 1,133 sq km of forest area. Its forest coverage rate reached 16.2 percent at the end of 2017, according to the Shanghai Forestry Bureau.

Six country parks have already been opened to the public, including the Guangfulin Country Park in Songjiang district, Qingxi Country Park in Qingpu district and the Changxing Island Country Park in Chongming district. The city's goal is to set up 30 country parks by 2040, with a total area of 600 sq km, according to the city's master plan for 2016-40.

More : https://www.chinadailyhk.com/article...l?newsId=58384
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Old February 9th, 2019, 02:40 PM   #2829
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Shanghai Ankangyuan, the redevelopment of a multi block site near Suzhou Creek and the Bund, promises to be a unique urban center that combines historical restoration and iconic verticality in a carefully orchestrated urban re-generation. Planned on an unusually large site for a core city location, the project encompasses a careful inventory, dismantling & reconstruction of existing historic structures. The reconfigured historical structures will be converted to boutique retail and restaurants and connected to two “book-end” mixed use towers (one 300m+ designed by KPF) by an elevated pedestrian link. This redevelopment is destined to be a larger and more popular urban village of fashion, entertainment, hospitality and fine dining when completed by 2020.
Source: http://www.3mix.com/m/works_detailin...=&expertiseid=

Of course it won't be completed by 2020, but it seems the height of the towers fit the latest known publications by the city government, one tower slightly over 300m and another around 220m, the 2 tallest residential reach 160m, right in the south of this area there are 2x200m already under construction, and the next block to the left is expected to have the tallest in the area, but just a bit taller than the +300m I just mentioned.
I feel the residential density is not enough to create a dynamic place.

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Old February 14th, 2019, 04:26 PM   #2830
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There has been some plot adquisition recently to develop a very central area near West Nanjing metro stration, the project consists of a lot of small old buildings to be renovated and a 180m office tower, however in the image it seems to be around 210m. The apartment buildings at the left already exist. I don't know if that is the actual design.
December news: https://mp.weixin.qq.com/s/sm5Xs4ofayxc5pwTnbiEZA
Yesterday news: https://mp.weixin.qq.com/s/xG9DyzBVVNxXjpJgqUZWow
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China Resources Consortium won 5.802 billion to win the Jingan Zhangyuan landmark, refreshing the Shanghai Commercial Office land transaction price record
That figure means around 500 million USD, seems a bit too much...
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Old February 23rd, 2019, 04:58 PM   #2831
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New World unveils renovation plan
Shanghai Daily Excerpt
February 22, 2019


New World Building [新世界(上海)], Shanghai, China by Victor Wong, on Flickr

THE Shanghai New World, a landmark shopping mall on Nanjing Road W., is set to undergo its biggest facelift in more than two decades.

The iconic department store, which opened in 1995, will be closed from March 11 for the nine-month renovation project.

After reopening, it will feature animation shows, the world’s tallest indoor rock climbing facility, an upgraded skating rink and other attractions targeting younger customers.

The department store near the western end of the Nanjing Road Pedestrian Mall has long been popular, especially during its festive sales on the New Year’s Eve.

However, it has been struggling in the face of new shopping trends in recent years.

Its traditional layout and shopping style mainly serve middle-aged, nostalgic customers.

“When the renovation is complete, the target customers will be 10 years younger than now, especially young women and families,” said Yao Lu, deputy general manager.

The second, third and fourth floors of the 12-story mall will be devoted to luxury, international brands for women as well as clothes for girls, Yao said.

There will even be cooking classes.
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Old February 26th, 2019, 10:53 PM   #2832
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City launches drive to remove overhead cables
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More : https://www.shine.cn/archive/metro/s.../shdaily.shtml

in my opinion, all the cities of the world should remove overhead cables and wires
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Old February 27th, 2019, 12:17 AM   #2833
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Old March 19th, 2019, 02:29 PM   #2834
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March 14, 2019
Shanghai urged to step up work on maglev trains
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A national legislator has suggested that Shanghai, which operates the world's first commercial maglev line, should accelerate experiments and improve its technology to maintain a continuous advantage in this respect internationally.

A new round of technological competition in maglev trains is going on globally, and a number of countries are speeding up the development of maglev train technologies, said Wu Guanghui, a deputy to the National People's Congress and vice-president of State-owned and Shanghai-based aerospace manufacturer Commercial Aircraft Corporation of China, on the sidelines of the ongoing annual session of the national legislature in Beijing.

Japan is constructing a maglev train line between Tokyo and Nagoya, which is scheduled to become operational in 2021 and the journey will take only 40 minutes, said Wu, who is also an academician with the Chinese Academy of Engineering (CAE).

"Many foreign technology suppliers are focusing on maglev trains and some are trying to offer new maglev plans for Shanghai," he said.

Even Tesla CEO Elon Musk has shown great interest in providing a plan for an underground maglev route in Shanghai when the company signed a cooperation memorandum on the Tesla Shanghai Gigafactory with the Shanghai government last year, Wu said.

"He claimed that the technology is being experimented in Los Angeles and Seattle," Wu said.

Shanghai has been operating a maglev train line based on Sino-German technical cooperation between a metro station in Pudong new area and Pudong International Airport since 2006. The 30-km journey takes roughly eight minutes with the train running at a maximum speed of 430 km an hour.

Wu suggested a maglev route from downtown area of one city in the Yangtze River Delta region to that of another, for example, from downtown Shanghai to downtown Hangzhou, capital of Zhejiang province.

"Shanghai-based Tongji University has mastered the technology to design maglev trains that can run at the maximum speed of 550 km an hour," Wu said.

"This means that a maglev ride will only take half an hour to run from downtown Shanghai to downtown Hangzhou, which will significantly promote the national strategy of the integrated development of the Yangtze River Delta region," he said.

More : https://www.chinadailyhk.com/article...l?newsId=64626
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Old March 21st, 2019, 02:38 PM   #2835
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New masterplan to expand Jinqiao CBD far in Pudong to the east. It seems to include one +300m and one +250m. This is 8km to the east of Lujiazui, and 11km to the east of People's Square (city center).
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This is a photo of the current area:


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Old March 30th, 2019, 12:04 PM   #2836
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Best path to the future is along a greenway
March 27, 2019
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There are always people walking or jogging along the banks of the Huangpu River these days. The mild spring breezes and twittering birds attract people from all over the city, whether to photograph flowers, take some serious exercise or simply immerse themselves in a little oasis of urban tranquility.

There are now more than 600 kilometers of greenway in Shanghai. These municipal parks provide a natural respite from the concrete, glass and steel. By the end of 2020, the city plans to have 1,000 kilometers of greenway and twice as much by 2035.

The 45-kilometer Huangpu River riverfront greenway, known as the “No. 1 municipal greenway,” with walking, jogging and cycling tracks, has become a popular getaway for residents and tourists.

The most-developed section, 8.3 kilometers in length, goes through Huangpu District.

“The area was once nothing but stones and weeds. Now, it is such a beautiful place and full of life,” said Jiang Liping who lives in a nearby residential complex.

“I come here almost every day with my grandson when the weather is fine. We love the cherry blossoms and magnolia.

“We walked more than 2 kilometers today and saw many different kinds of birds.”

Greenway is ecological space with environmental, health and leisure functions. It is comprised of gardens, forest, water courses, roads and boulevards, according to the Shanghai Greenery and Public Sanitation Bureau.

It makes the best use of existing resources and links parks, forests, wetlands and historic areas, villages and residential blocks.

The No. 1 greenway in Huangpu District is located on the former World Expo 2010 site on the western side of the Huangpu River, an area closed after the Expo ended.

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Snøhetta has revealed visuals for a major new opera house in Shanghai, featuring a spiralling stepped roof that will connect the upper levels of the building with a riverside plaza.

The architecture and design firm, which was founded in Norway, teamed up with Chinese studio ECADI on its competition-winning design for the Shanghai Grand Opera House.

Set to be built beside the Huangpu River, it is expected to provide a major new cultural landmark for the biggest city in China.

The building's most prominent feature will be a helical roof that connects to the ground via a spectacular open-air spiral staircase. Snøhetta has designed this to resemble an unfolding fan, evoking "the dynamism of dance and the human body".
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Pudong satellite terminal is on track
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April 5, 2019

THE world’s largest satellite terminal building will begin operating in September at the Pudong International Airport in Shanghai, along with an express subway.

The satellite terminal is about 700 meters from T1 and T2 terminals. The three will be linked by an underground subway.

The project is expected to provide a faster transfer service and boost punctuality at one of the busiest airports in China, the Shanghai Airport Authority said yesterday.

Upon completion, the Pudong airport will be able to handle 80 million passengers annually. It served a total of 74 million passengers in 2018.

The airport subway will be the country’s first of its kind. New subway trains have been undergoing tests at the airport as the express system readies for service. It is designed to transport 9,000 passengers per hour during peak periods.

Each train is about 94 meters long with four compartments, two for domestic flight passengers and the others for international flight passengers. There will be screens with flight information, as well as luggage racks.

Passengers will also be able to check in at one of the two existing terminal buildings and then take the subway — a ride of about three minutes — to get to the satellite terminal.

The subway trains will have an interval of about two minutes, according to the airport authority.
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April 20, 2019
Shanghai purrs over new Hello Kitty theme park
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The world's only Hello Kitty-themed pavilion brings a fantasy world with a retro decor for fans in Shanghai.

Hello Kitty Shanghai Times was launched by property developer Shimao Group and Japanese animation powerhouse Sanrio on March 29.

By creating an immersive experience of Shanghai during three symbolic periods of the city's history - the 1930s, 1980s and today - the indoor theme park provides a unique experience for visitors with Sanrio's best-known characters, including Hello Kitty, My Melody, Badtz-Maru, Pompompurin, Keroppi and Cinnamoroll.

The time travel-themed attraction is located at Shimao Festival City on bustling East Nanjing Road, and is expected to attract 2 million visitors a year. Spreading across three floors, the play area takes up a total gross floor area of about 6,000 square meters.

"It is such a pleasure to see Hello Kitty and her friends set their home in Shanghai, by perfectly fusing with local culture," said Li Mingxun, chief operating officer of Sanrio Shanghai International Trade, during the launch ceremony at the Le Royal Meridien Shanghai.

One of the most popular areas so far is a 14-meter-high wall that goes throughout three floors and features cute remakes of Shanghai's landmarks, including the Oriental Pearl TV Tower, China Art Museum and Garden Bridge.

The indoor play area is one of the latest attempts by Shimao to explore theme park business opportunities. The theme park industry is fast expanding in China, with Ping An Securities projecting it to double its existing volume to 90 billion yuan (US$13.39 billion) in annual revenue by 2022.

"The collaboration with Sanrio started three years ago, and the two parties strive to offer visitors an surrealistic experience with a mix of reality and hyper-reality images," said Peng Yueqi, vice-president of Shimao Commercial and Themed Entertainment.

Shimao Group and International Merchandising Promotions and Services announced in March the launch of the first Smurfs theme park in the Asia-Pacific region at the Shanghai Sheshan National Tourist Resort in Songjiang district.

The Smurfs theme park is planned to start trial operation in late September, and will officially open in October, according to Peng.

More : https://www.chinadailyhk.com/article...l?newsId=80476
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