The Shanghai Museum, much like the National Museum of China in Beijing, is full of priceless relics from China’s past. A notable difference is that in the Shanghai Museum, many of the exhibits are not behind glass, allowing for a very close view of ancient artifacts.
A really great exhibit is the “Minorities of China”, displaying some of the traditional clothing and masks of minority peoples.
After some Shanghai-style dim sum, we headed to North Bund for an extended architecture tour, such as the Russian Consulate.
Later, we take a “warp tunnel” underneath the Huangpu River to check out The Bund from the east bank (Pudong).
A misty haze permeated the night, giving every light source a ghostly glow.
3 thoughts on “Shanghai Museum, and Crossing the Misty Huangpu River”
The Museum has such interesting artifacts especially the one with the face that has slightly slanted eye with only 2 teeth. The Russians consulate reminds me of a building in Boston that I had seen while visiting you. The tunnel is quite psychedelic. Misty night but good shots. Enjoy Love ya both God bless
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