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WEB CR@WLING

SHANGHAI-ED
(http://www.shanghai-ed.com)

SITE SEEING: Fancy taking a dram with the Shanghai Scotch Malt Whiskey society? Or savoring a stogie with the cigar club? Then find out more at Shanghai-ed, the online version of Shanghai Now magazine. As happening as the city itself, this website is packed with detailed listings of events, restaurants, hotels, airline information, local Internet cafes, art galleries and pretty much anything else the city has to offer. Includes archival photos and text for a glimpse of Shanghai's past.

SHANGHAI PANORAMA
(http://shanghai.muzi.net)

GET ORIENTED: Check here for current weather conditions and local news headlines, or simply to browse the many Shanghai-related links. First-time visitors will appreciate the "citywalk" feature--take a virtual tour by looking up a street address or building to access a map of the area, or choose to view your selection in a series of photographs. The site also lets you search Shanghai's telephone directories (white and yellow pages) online.

R E L A T E D   L I N K S :

Shanghai on the Internet:
  www.sh.com
Shanghai Tourism:
  www.shanghai-tourism.com
ShanghART:
  www.shanghart.com




OFF THE SHELF
Few cities on earth have experienced the turmoil of this century more poignantly than Shanghai, and few books have brought to life its vibrancy and debauchery, color and horror

WEB CR@WLING
Fancy taking a dram with the Shanghai Scotch Malt Whiskey society? Or savoring a stogie with the cigar club? Then find out more at Shanghai-ed, the online version of Shanghai Now

SHORT CUTS
If you wake up in Shanghai to clear skies, seize the opportunity to get an overview of the cityscape on a U.S.-built Bell 212 helicopter

DETOURS
Try the Shapo Guesthouse in Ningxia province if you'd like an escape from the big city

HOT TIP
Fuyou market, a sprawling four-story mock Qing dynasty arcade, is a colorful and entertaining source of antiques

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