The remains of the Shanghai 2010 expo

In 2010, Shanghai held a World Expo inviting all countries to come exhibit their nation’s culture, architecture, and spirit. Fast forward four years and all that remains are rubble, a mess of construction sites, and a few, still open buildings.

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The Saudi building is one building that is still opened to the public though a vast majority of its displays have been removed and replaced. One famous part of the building still remains intact, which is this circular movie theater with a moving walkway. 

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So much pretty, and perfect for my signature lazy abstract, motion pictures.

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Another building still open is the Italy building, cue more elaborate architecture, lots of pasta, and gorgeous artwork.

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It’s a pity that everything else is nearly torn down/deserted.

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My aunt brought us out for dinner at this horribly high class mall, the prices burned my eyes. The two restaurants we ate at were reasonably priced however.

Lunch: Fried Rice with Pork (so idealistically seasoned and cooked *sniffs*)

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Dinner: A lot of scary things I don’t eat, egg tarts, fried noodle and sponge cake

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The Bund at night.  Decorated in lights and clogged traffic.

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